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Providing Quality Public Transportation services to communities in the City of Ferrysburg, City of Grand Haven, Grand Haven Township, Village of Spring Lake, and Spring Lake Township.

Harbor Transit will remain on “Limited Service” until further notice.

Harbor Transit will remain on “Limited Service” throughout July. The modified service will allow three passengers on a vehicle at a time with designated seating, allowing for six feet of separation between riders. Customers will also be limited to three trips per week, due to COVID-19 numbers. Both drivers and passengers are required to wear a face mask, bandana, or other means of face protection while traveling. To help ensure everyone’s safety all buses are cleaned thoroughly on a daily basis and maintained throughout the day by drivers disinfecting before their breaks and at the end of their shifts. We will revisit and monitor local COVID numbers on a weekly basis and keep you informed as to any changes in service. Harbor Transits “Limited Service” also means the operation of the seasonal Trolley and Beach Express has been halted until further notice. We thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time.

View the Updated Limited-Service Letter HERE

Feeling stressed because of the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for a variety of resources related to stress and COVID-19.

CLICK HERE!

We serve our communities and you can help us with your observations of any safety hazards. Help make us the safest transit provider.

We at Harbor Transit encourage our valued passengers, customers, and community stakeholders, if you have information on a safety issue or a potential hazard that may affect our service, you may share that with Harbor Transit management. Please communicate your concerns to our Customer Service Manager by phone, letter, or request a Recommendation Form from one of our Drivers.

FTA Definition: Hazard means any real or potential condition that can cause injury, illness, or death; damage to or loss of the facilities, equipment, rolling stock, or infrastructure of a public transportation system; or damage to the environment. 

Examples include: 1. Vegetation blocking signs and limiting visibility at stops, 2. Lack of employee performance monitoring, 3. Wildlife (deer on the roadway)

Harbor Transit Director: Recruitment Profile

This Recruitment Profile provides community background, outlines Harbor Transit structure, and identifies challenges and priorities considered particularly important over the next several years. It lays out the candidates’ qualification criteria identified as crucial for the next Director. This Profile will be used as a guide in the recruitment process, providing criteria by which applications will be screened and individuals selected for final interview and appointment consideration.

More Details HERE!

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Ride with Harbor Transit!

With a fleet of 27 accessible buses and vans, Harbor Transit is committed to providing affordable and convenient transportation to all of our Tri-Cities residents. In 40+ years we’ve provided transportation for thousands of passengers going to work, school, medical appointments, and other important destinations.

Don’t forget about our multi-ride fare card.
To make your Harbor Transit experience even easier, our multi-ride fare cards offer a price break and eliminate the need to carry around cash.

First time rider? Don’t worry, it’s easy.

Riding with Harbor Transit is as easy as picking up your phone. Give us a call, and we’ll pick you up. With curb-to-curb service, Harbor Transit makes getting where you need to go simple and convenient.

Give us a call one hour before we pick you up

If you need to make it to a scheduled appointment, we request 24-hours advance notice to ensure we can get you there on time.

Tell us where you are & where you want to go.

We’ll pick you up and drop you off from curb-to-curb at any destination in our Tri-Cities coverage area.

We'll take you there & pick you up later.

Don’t worry about finding the right stop or working out bus schedules. Harbor Transit delivers you directly to your destination.

Upcoming Board Meetings

FEBRUARY 12  |  5:30 PM
Transportation Board Meeting

Harbor Transit Multi-modal Transportation System (HTMMTS) Board Meeting. Grand Haven Charter Township Hall: 13300 168th Avenue

FEBRUARY 12  |  5:30 PM
Transportation Board Meeting

Harbor Transit Multi-modal Transportation System (HTMMTS) Board Meeting. Grand Haven Charter Township Hall: 13300 168th Avenue

Providing quality public transportation service since 1975

Since our start in 1975, Harbor Transit has grown from a small “Dial-A-Ride” service into a public transit authority that serves community members in the City of Ferrysburg, City of Grand Haven, Grand Haven Township, Village of Spring Lake, and Spring Lake Township, and transports more than 250,000 riders a year. We’re dedicated to keeping up our legacy of exceptional, convenient community transportation.