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Public Transit

Mobility is vital to regional economic activity and personal well-being. Transportation connects people to jobs, education, health care, and community. Alternative transportation options such as public transit provide access to all types of riders—commuters, seniors, the disabled, visitors, and students—and allows residents and tourists to contribute economically to the region. The services provided by public transit agencies spurs economic activity, lessens traffic congestion and emissions, and adds value to our quality of life.


Now you can see when and where buses stop as they travel on routes that cross county lines and connect with loops in Traverse City.

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Public Transit Agencies in Northwest Lower Michigan

Antrim County Transportation: 231-533-8644; www.antrimcounty.org

Bay Area Transportation Authority: 231-941-2324; www.bata.net

Benzie Bus: 231-325-3000; www.benziebus.com

Cadillac/Wexford Transit Authority: 231-779-0123; www.cwta.us

Charlevoix County Transit:  231-582-6900, (231-448-2026 on Beaver Island); www.charlevoixcounty.org

Kalkaska Public Transit Authority: 231-258-6808; www.kalbus.org

Manistee County Transportation: 231-723-6561; www.manisteecountytransportation.com
 

The public transit agencies have formed a Directors Network that convenes regularly to share information and to identify and implement collaborative projects that increase the efficiency and effectiveness of transit services across the region. For information about the Directors Network, please contact the Networks Northwest Community Development Department at 231-929-5000.

Testimonial

Networks Northwest always proves to be a valued resource for our local government planning efforts. No organization does a better job of convening partners, promoting collaboration, and reporting on the data than does Networks Northwest

Ty Wessell, Leelanau County Commissioner