Taking the Bus
Ingham County: Riding CATA is a great alternative to driving your own vehicle, and CATA offers a variety of bus services. Use CATA’s online trip planning tool to find bus route information.
If you’re a Michigan State University employee than you ride for free using your Employee ID card on Routes 30 through 39, Lot Link and Night Owl.
Eaton County: The Eaton County Transportation Authority offers many bus routes and services. Take the Downtown Lansing Express from Charlotte, Grand Ledge or Delta Township during rush hours and arrive in Downtown Lansing in time to start your work day. Learn more here.
Clinton County: Clinton Transit offers demand response services to riders who request a ride. There are no bus stops or regular routes. Learn more here.
Thousands of residents use bicycles to travel in the Greater Lansing area. Bicycling can contribute to a healthier and more active you while cutting down on emissions and congestion. To find a Bike Buddy to bicycle commute with, sign up for Clean Commute Options now! For information on how you can ride and bike using CATA, visit the Using Bike Racks & Lockers page or link to these other great resources.
Try walking for a healthy and environmentally-friendly form of clean commuting.
Check out the Google Map Pedometer. This web pedometer lets you figure out walking distances between two points. Use it to plan your next walking trip!