Wolverine trains travel between Chicago and Pontiac, Michigan three times a day. There are also stops in many Michigan cities and one stop in Northern Indiana. On board, enjoy amenities such as business class seating, a café and free WiFi.
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Things to Know
- Chicago is on Central Time and Michigan is in the Eastern Time Zone.
- Amtrak’s Blue Water and Pere Marquette routes also travel between Chicago and Michigan, but stop in different cities.
- Travel time between Chicago and Detroit is about 5 hours.
- Travel time between Chicago and Pontiac is about 6 hours.
- Travel time between Chicago and Ann Arbor is about 4.5 hours.
- Travel time between Ann Arbor and Detroit is about 1 hour.
View latest schedules and timetables on Amtrak.com.
- Chicago, IL – Union Station (CHI)
- Hammond-Whiting, IN (HMI)
- New Buffalo, MI (NBU)
- Niles, MI (NLS)
- Dowagiac, MI (DOA)
- Kalamazoo, MI (KAL)
- Albion, MI (ALI)
- Jackson, MI (JXN)
- Ann Arbor, MI (ARB)
- Dearborn, MI (DER)
- Detroit, MI (DET)
- Royal Oak, MI (ROY)
- Troy, MI (TRM)
- Pontiac, MI (PNT)