Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan.

RTA’s mission is to manage and secure transportation resources that significantly enhance mobility options, to improve quality of life for the residents and to increase economic viability for the region.

Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority

TheRide, AAATA
(734) 973-6500

theride.org

City of Detroit Department of Transportation

DDOT
(313) 933-1300

detroitmi.gov/ddot

Detroit People Mover

Detroit Transportation Corp.
(313) 224-2160

thepeoplemover.com

Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation

SMART
(866) 962-5515

smartbus.org

QLine Detroit

M-1 Rail
1-800-511-3931
qlinedetroit.com

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What's New

The RTA will be holding a Regional Master Transit Plan Open House at the City of Pontiac Council Chambers on Thursday, September 19th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Location and time details can be found here.

In accordance with the Michigan Uniform Budgeting and Accounting Act of 1968, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and following a review by its Board of Directors, the RTA is releasing its FY 2020 Budget for public review. Individuals who wish to provide comments on the RTA’s proposed budget may submit their comments at info@rtamichigan.org. Comments will be accepted until September 18, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. The draft budget can accessed by clicking here.

View the 2045 Regional Master Transit Plan for providing the people of Southeast Michigan with seamless mobility services.

Provide Feedback! The RTA needs your help to better understand people’s preferences in moving across Southeast Michigan using public transit and other mobility options that either exist today or that you would like to see implemented in the region in the future.

Click here to provide input through the RTA’s engagement tool.
Click here to find out more about the RTA’s ongoing effort to update the Mobility Vision for Southeast Michigan.

The RTA, in partnership with AAATA, DDOT, SMART, SEMCOG and the Area Agency on Aging 1B, received a $1,050,000 Michigan Mobility Challenge grant to develop the Southeast Michigan Integrated Platform for Paratransit Services. The project intends to develop a pilot online booking and trip management platform that can create a “one-click” experience for users of AAATA, DDOT and SMART ADA Paratransit services, making scheduling and managing paratransit trips easier for seniors and people with disabilities.