Greyhound buses serving Ann Arbor, Michigan, will soon be stopping outside the Amtrak station.
Currently, Greyhound’s Ann Arbor stop is at a makeshift ticket office inside a parking garage along Fourth Avenue across from the Blake Transit Center.
That move came in 2014 after the bus line was forced to move from Huron Street when the bus station there was razed to make way for a hotel.
Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Susan Pollay said the Greyhound passengers will enjoy a comfortable waiting area and the ability to transfer to Amtrak trains and Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority buses operating every 30 minutes between downtown and the Amtrak station.
No date has been announced for the move, but Greyhound’s lease for its Fourth Avenue space expires on Dec. 31.