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Airports and Public Transportation


The MSU campus is a 15-minute drive from Capital Regional International Airport. Taxicab service costs approximately $15. 

It is a 75-minute drive from Detroit Metro Airport. The Michigan Flyer Airport Shuttle offers bus transportation to East Lansing for approximately $30. Buses run several times a day, and travel takes approximately two hours. 

The Gerald R. Ford airport in Grand Rapids, MI and Bishop International Airport in Flint, MI are two alternatives worth exploring, though both would require car rentals.  The drive from Grand Rapids is just over an hour, while the drive from Flint is just under an hour.

The Capital Area Multimodal Gateway on campus houses the Amtrak Blue Water train stop and three intercity bus services: MegaBusGreyhound and Indian Trails

Local CATA bus routes stop at the station, and the facility also offers taxicab and bike-sharing services.

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