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  • Tunnel Bus on Jefferson Avenue - Detroit
    Tunnel Bus on Jefferson Avenue - Detroit
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  • Detroit side entrance to Tunnel
    Detroit side entrance to Tunnel
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    Windsor Transit Terminal
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    by LoriPori Updated Mar 2, 2010

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    Need a Bus to Detroit or Toronto Airport, why not go with ROBERT Q AIRBUS!
    Detroit to Windsor - Windsor to Detroit
    Adult One Way$34.00 Return $68.00
    Senior / Student One Way $31.00 Return $62.00
    Child One Way $17.00 Return $34.00
    Senior 60+
    Student 12 + with student card
    Children 11 and under

    Toronto to Windsor - Windsor to Toronto
    Adult One Way $71.77 Return $143.55
    Senior / Student $68.65 Return 137.29
    Child One Way $35.88 Return 71.76

    Robert Q Airbus pick up point is located at 1855 Huron Church, right in front of the Holiday Inn.

    Robert Q Shuttle AirBus Robert Q Waiting area
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    by LoriPori Updated Jun 29, 2009

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    Transit Windsor is an exact fare system. Drivers do not carry money and cannot make change. On June 24, 2007 TRANSIT WINDSOR and Greyhound Bus began using the newly constructed City Centre Transit Terminal (CCTT). The terminal is located at 300 Chatham St. West just behind the Art Gallery of Windsor.
    Fares: Adult $2.35 or 10 for $20.30
    College & University Students $2.35 or 10 for $20.30
    Senior (60 + ) $1.60 or 10 for $15.60
    Tunnel to U.S.A. $2.75 or 4 for $11.00
    Monthly passes also available.

    Entrance to Bus Station
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    by LoriPori Written Jun 24, 2009

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    The WINDSOR/DETROIT TUNNEL BUS operates a cross-border service through the Windsor/Detroit Tunnel, seven days a week. Its a short route through downtown Detroit, including Cobo Hall, Jos Louis Arena, Greektown and Hart Plaza.
    On Tuesday, June 22, 2009, Hans and I were to meet up with a VT member at Hart Plaza. So instead of driving over to Detroit, we decided to take the Tunnel Bus. Buses leave from the Windsor International Transit Terminal at 300 Chatham Street West.
    I bought tickets for two persons, return fare. Each way is $3.75 or $15.00 for 4 tickets. Buses run about every half hour. When you board the bus, insert your ticket in the box at the front near the driver. The driver does not make change, so you either have to have a ticket or exact fare. Proof of citizenship is required when crossing the international Windsor-Detroit border. With the New requirements in effect June 1, 2009, you must have a valid passport.
    Upon crossing the tunnel, the bus will let you off at customs and immigration. After a short interview, you will be allowed back on the bus.
    The bus route takes you right on Jefferson, left on Beaubien Street where Greektown is and that is the first stop. Continues on Congress Street. left on Woodward, right on Jefferson to Cobo Hall (stop), right on Washington Blvd., left on Fort Street, right on Carr Ave., right on Grand River, right on Washington Blvd., left on Cadillac Square, right on Griswold, left on Jefferson - back to the Tunnel.
    The Tunnel Bus can include a stop at Caesars Windsor on the way back to Windsor. We were told by the first bus driver to ask the driver on the return trip to bring us to Caesars Windsor.
    Special events Service is $4.00 each way or $16.00 for 4 tickets.

    Tunnel Bus on Jefferson Avenue - Detroit Detroit side entrance to Tunnel Windsor Transit Terminal

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