Caitlin

and

Greg

Transportation

FOR THE WEDDING:

Ceremony Shuttle and Parking
For those of you staying downtown, a shuttle will be available for travel to and from the hotels and the church Saturday. Please meet the shuttle outside the Aloft’s main entrance at 4:40pm (Trip 1) or 5pm (Trip 2), or at the Westin at 4:45pm or 5:05pm. The trip to Most Holy Trinity is about 8 minutes. The shuttle will make two trips back to the Madison for the reception immediately following the ceremony. The shuttle may be the easiest travel option from downtown since the Tigers will be playing.  

If you are driving in on Saturday, we recommend parking in the free lot directly across from Most Holy Trinity’s entrance.

Reception Parking
For those of you not staying downtown, complimentary valet service will be available at the Aloft (which is right around the corner from the reception space at the Madison) following the ceremony Saturday night. Just tell the valet that you're part of the Conway-Stathes wedding and you should be all set!

From the Aloft, walk east across Woodward on Witherell, take the first right on Broadway, and you’ll see the entrance to the Madison to your right--look for the 100-foot whale mural painted on the building next door.

FOR THE WEEKEND:

Air Travel
Detroit Metro Airport (DTW), about 20 miles west of Downtown Detroit, is a large airport with flights to 140 domestic and international destinations.

Amtrak
The train is a good option for travel from Chicago and other points in the Midwest. The station (DET), a few miles north of Downtown, connects to the QLine light rail.

Rental Cars
Most major rental car companies have a presence at the airport, and a few also rent in the city and suburbs.

Uber/Lyft
Uber and Lyft are widely available at the airport and throughout the region. Download either app from your phone's app store to request a ride.

Taxi and Car Services
Taxis are available at the airport and hotels. Scheduled rides can be arranged through Metro Cars by calling (800) 456-1701.

Light Rail
Detroit's brand new streetcar, the QLine, can connect you to Downtown, Midtown, and attractions along the Woodward Avenue corridor. The People Mover elevated rail loop stops at several points of interest Downtown.

Bike Share
MoGo, Detroit's bike share system, is a nice way to tour around town in the summer. Find ideas for where to take a bike ride on our Activities page.

Parking
In addition to hotel parking, public garages and street parking are scattered throughout Downtown and may offer lower rates than the hotels. Try the Z Park garage at 1234 Library Street.
Rebecca Bowen