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Transportation to and around MSU
The Michigan Flyer (luxury coach bus service) provides ground transportation from DTW to East Lansing, and stops at the Marriott Hotel one block north of the MSU Campus.
- Amtrak service from Chicago is available, but fairly limited. The Bluewater Line stops in East Lansing once a day, and the Wolverine Line stops in Battle Creek, with a bus service that continues to East Lansing, twice a day. The East Lansing Train Station is just west of campus, but far enough that a cab is probably required.
- Greyhound Buses also arrive at the Amtrak Station in East Lansing. Additionally, there is a Greyhound station in Lansing as well.
- The Michigan Flyer makes stops in Ann Arbor and Jackson, in addition to the Detroit Airport, if you are traveling to MSU from either of those cities.
- CATA Buses can be used to travel around the greater Lansing area. The #14 bus connect the Capitol City Airport to the Dowtown Lansing CATA Transportation Center. From there, the #1 bus can be taken to Downtown East Lansing, and drop you off directly in front of the MSU Union. Tickets are $1.25 per trip. Ask for a transfer when you get on the bus.
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