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Lansing Law Office

Bahrie Law, PLLC
6810 South Cedar Street
Suite 2C
Lansing, MI 48911

Phone: 888-473-1289

Maps & Directions

Getting To Our Office

At Bahrie Law, PLLC, we are committed to ensuring that all clients can reach our offices with ease. Our law office is conveniently located in Lansing, Michigan, and we’ve compiled detailed local transportation options to assist you in planning your visit.

Public Transportation With CATA

The Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) is the primary public transit provider in the Greater Lansing area. You can efficiently plan your journey to our office using CATA’s website. Simply click on “Plan My Trip,” enter your starting location and our office address, and the website will provide you with the best route, transfer points, schedules, and estimated travel time.

CATA buses are designed to accommodate bicycles and wheelchairs, ensuring a smooth ride for all passengers. For more details, visit CATA’s official website.

ADA Paratransit Services

For individuals whose disabilities prevent them from using the fixed-route bus system or traveling to a bus stop, Spec-Tran offers paratransit services that meet ADA standards. To see if you qualify and to apply for Spec-Tran services, please visit the pre-application checklist.

Completed applications should be submitted to the Disability Network Capital Area at the address below, or via fax:

Disability Network Capital Area
901 E. Mt. Hope Ave.
Lansing, MI 48910
Fax: (517) 999-2767

Learn more about their services here.

Rural and On-Demand Services

CATA also provides curb-to-curb paratransit services like CATA Rural Service and Redi-Ride, which are excellent options for individuals in outlying areas.

Find more information at CATA Rural Service and Redi-Ride.

Air and Intercity Travel

For those traveling from afar, the Michigan Flyer offers convenient transportation between Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW), East Lansing, Brighton, and Ann Arbor. This service can be particularly beneficial for out-of-town clients needing to reach the University of Michigan hospital and its doctors. For schedules and booking information, please visit the Michigan Flyer website.

If you’re flying directly into Lansing, the Capital Region International Airport provides a range of services and amenities to make your travel experience comfortable. More information about the Lansing airport can be found here.

Ride Services

With the advent of ride-sharing platforms, getting around Lansing has become more flexible. You can book rides with Uber or schedule rides with Lyft to ensure you arrive at our office at a time that’s convenient for you.

For more traditional taxi services, you might consider DD’s Downtown Taxi or MSU Express.

Biking and Walking Paths

Lansing is home to the beautiful Lansing River Trail, which connects various parts of Greater Lansing and can be a scenic way to reach our office if you prefer to bike or walk.

For a map and history of the trail, visit Lansing River Trail or view the trail map here.

Additionally, CATA’s Bike Share program offers an alternative for those looking to combine transit with biking. Learn more about the Share a Bike program at LMB’s Share a Bike and CATA Bike Share.

Additional Lansing Resources

For clients who may need further assistance, Lansing offers several resources:

Senior Community Care at 1921 East Miller Road Lansing, MI 48911
Phone: 517-319-0700

Tri-County Office on Aging
5303 South Cedar
Building 1
Lansing, Michigan, 48911-3800
Phone: 517-887-1440

These organizations provide various services that might be of assistance to seniors and individuals with disabilities in the Lansing area.

Legal Assistance and Clinics At Michigan State University

MSU offers a variety of law clinics that may be beneficial for clients seeking legal aid or resources. You can explore the available clinics and the services they offer by visiting the following links:

These clinics provide an opportunity for individuals to get legal support in specialized fields of law.

Share a Bike Program

For a more eco-friendly and active mode of transportation, consider the Share a Bike program. This initiative provides an alternative for those who would like to cycle to our office.

More information about the program can be found at League of Michigan Bicyclists’ Share a Bike or CATA’s Bike Share Program.

We hope this information will help you plan your visit to our law office.