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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.

Announcements

Harbor Transit will be CLOSED on Thanksgiving Day, November 25th.

The Board meeting that was to be held on Nov. 17, 2021, has been rescheduled for Wed. December 1, 2021 at 4:30 PM at the City of Grand Haven (519 Washington Avenue Grand Haven, MI 49417).

All passengers can ride Harbor Transit for FREE! Learn more here.

Harbor Transit Seeking An At Large Board Member and (LAC) Local Advisory Board Members

Harbor Transit is seeking a qualified individual with an interest in serving on the Board of Directors. Candidates must have an interest in providing oversight of safety, legal, stewardship, advocacy and future expansion of the public transportation system. Candidates must be able to meet bi-monthly and able to serve on committees as assigned. View the position description and qualifications here. 

Harbor Transit is also seeking three qualified individuals to serve on its ten member local advisory council. Candidates applying for these open council positions must have an interest in providing advice, consultation, and make recommendations to the Harbor Transit Board of Directors with respect to customer advocacy. Council members assist in promoting use, development, and advancement of public transportation in the Harbor Transit service territory. View the position description and qualifications here.

– TRAFFIC ADVISORY –

MDOT Resumes Bridge Construction on 11/1/21, Closing US-31 NB Ramps to M-104 and Third Street

Please be advised of the traffic changes that will go into effect beginning on Monday, November 1st, with MDOT resuming bridge construction.

The construction period will impact Harbor Transit passengers as area traffic will be extremely congested during peak morning and afternoon hours. Please plan for extra time to arrive at your destination, and whenever possible, schedule your rides for non-peak times between 10am-2pm.

US-31 and M-104 will be reduced to one lane in each direction. The US-31 NB ramp to M-104 EB will be CLOSED. The US-31 NB ramp to Third Street will be CLOSED. A detour will reroute traffic to the Van Wagoner Road interchange.

Please note that there will be other traffic changes in the Tri-Cities area that will impact traffic patterns and travel times. For more information on road closures and construction, visit https://mdotjboss.state.mi.us/MiDrive/map.

TRAFFIC CONTROL NOTICE:

Free Rides Available for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Affected By US-31 Bridge Trail Closures

Beginning on Tues. Sept. 7th, bridge construction will resume on US-31 and the pedestrian trail will be closed. Harbor Transit will provide free rides across the bridge in both directions for pedestrians and cyclists for the duration of the trail closure.

Pedestrians and cyclists who need a ride across the bridge can call Harbor Transit at 616-842-3200 for a ride from one pick-up point to another.

There will be five pick-up points:
1. MDOT Carpool Lot in Ferrysburg

2. Applebee’s/Chowhound in Grand Haven

3. Harbor Drive Bike Path near SkipperBuds in Grand Haven

4. Savidge Street near Barrett Boat Works in Spring Lake

5. Holiday Inn in Spring Lake

This service will be available during our regular hour of operation. View Harbor Transit’s hours here.

RIDER ANNOUNCEMENT:

Federal Mask Mandate Still in Effect for Public Transportation

Though the mask mandate for the State of Michigan expires on June 22, 2021, the federal mask mandate for public transportation remains in effect. You are still required to wear a mask while riding Harbor Transit buses and the trolley. Thank you for your cooperation and we’ll see you on board.

 
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and the U.S. Department of Transportation remind the traveling public that you are still required to wear a mask on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States, and in U.S. transportation hubs and stations.

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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.

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.

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.