Not only is getting to Greater Lansing easy, so is getting around! From Uber, to limo, to bus to air, there are a lot of ways to find your way around the area. Choose what works best for you and your group and get out to explore!
Find out the latest updates to the US-127 & I-496 construction project, including what has been done so far, what still needs to be done, the estimated project end date, and how traffic will be affected.Read More
The City of Lansing Public Service Department announces that starting in the fall of 2023, Michigan Avenue between Pennsylvania Avenue and Clippert Street will undergo construction for a roadway rehabilitation project. The project will require closures of Michigan Avenue from Pennsylvania Avenue to Clippert Street, but project phasing has not been finalized. The project is expected to last until approximately late 2024.
The $11.62 million project will include road reconstruction and reconfiguration, sidewalk replacement, traffic signal modernization, and upgrades to utilities such as sewer and water main work. In addition, one way bicycle tracks will be added adjacent to the sidewalk on both sides of Michigan Avenue to promote a safer environment for bicyclists. As part of the design, Michigan Avenue will be reconfigured from five lanes to four lanes, with two westbound traffic lanes, a center turn lane, and one eastbound traffic lane. View Map.
Accessible Transportation Information
The Capital Region International Airport makes air travel easier with convenient parking spaces, curbside ramps, elevators with standard ADA graphics and braille markings, wheelchair assistance, and more.
Guide dogs are welcome in all public spaces as well as on the plane to travel with you.
Most Amtrak stations in major cities are fully accessible.
Amtrak offers accommodations for wheelchair mobility devices, transfer accessible steps, accessible rooms, special dietary options, service animals in all areas where passengers are allowed, oxygen transportation, and more.
Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) provides public transportation to most places in the Greater Lansing region.
CATA buses and facilities are designed with accessibility in mind. Fixed-route buses have a low-floor design for easier boarding and have audio systems that announce major destinations and transfer points to assist visually impaired passengers and others.
In addition, CATA offers large print schedules, bus hailing kits, Michigan Relay Center Voice TDD, and welcomes all service animals.