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Transportation

Traveler’s Aid Society

Contact: Richard Anderson

Phone: 313-962-6740

To provide emergency and crisis assistance to people moving into, out of, or within metro Detroit. Emergency transportation in the form of bus tickets, cab rides, and non-local Greyhound fares.

 

Here to Help Foundation

P.O. Box 480
Royal Oak, MI 48068

Email: heretohelpfoundation@icloud.com

Provides one-time grants for individuals with specific needs with no available assistance through existing agencies and can help with obtaining a vehicle for transportation.

 

Coalition on Temporary Shelter (COTS)

313-8313-777

Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing services, childcare services, and permanent housing support.

 

D.D.O.T Detroit Bus Scheduling

313-933-1300

Detroit public transportation bus schedules.

 

Checker Cab

313-963-7000

Checker Cab
2128 Trumbull
Detroit MI, 48216

Largest taxi cab company in Michigan and serves all 147 miles of Detroit.

 

On Time Transportation

313-567-4945

1411 E Jefferson Ave
Detroit, MI 48207

Destination/pick up transportation system that is very accommodating for people with disabilities.

 

SMART Transportation

866-962-5515

202 Sherman Dr.
Royal Oak, Michigan 48067

Public transportation bus system with various routes throughout the city.

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