The Train

Amtrak will take you from Royal Oak, Detroit, Dearborn train stations to the Ann Arbor train Station

The Wolverine line on Amtrak train leaves approximately 5:35pm from Pontiac, 5:48pm from Troy, 5:55pm from Royal Oak, 6:15pm from Detroit, 6:36pm from Dearborn and arrives in Ann Arbor at 7:06pm. I am located just several blocks away from the Ann Arbor train station.

A train then leaves the Ann Arbor train station that night at 10:57pm to head back.

Another Amtrak train is available in the late morning for the Thursday afternoon massage group. A 6:34pm train departs Ann Arbor to bring you back to your location.

The round trip cost is $20, but if you are a Triple A member it is only $18.

You might want to use this train schedule to come to the massage groups that start at 8 pm on Tuesday and Saturday nights. Prior to the massage class you can walk from the Ann Arbor train station to any of the various restaurants in downtown Ann Arbor, and then walk over to the massage class. After the massage class is over you can hang out at the AUT bar, a local gay bar, or coffeeshops in the area until time for you to get back to the train station. Everything will be within walking distance.

The Bus

Hourly commuter bus service between Ann Arbor and Detroit - D2A2

Buses travel from Ann Arbor’s Blake Transit Center, 328 S. 5th Ave., to Grand Circus Park, 1508 Park Ave. in Detroit. My location is a 10 minute walk from the Ann Arbor transit center. The Detroit bus stop is in downtown Detroit.

The service will run hourly out of Ann Arbor from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays and 9:45 a.m. to midnight on Saturday and Sunday. Buses leaving Detroit will run hourly from 5:45 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays and 11:30 a.m. to midnight on Saturday and Sunday.

The University of Michigan runs a Detroit-Dearborn-Ann Arbor connector bus that is open to the public