Convenient Curb-to-Curb Service
Harbor Transit’s primary service is providing curb-to-curb transportation for our community members in the City of Ferrysburg, City of Grand Haven, Grand Haven Township, Village of Spring Lake, and Spring Lake Township. Our service area covers 55 square miles, and we serve more than 250,000 riders every year. Harbor Transit is here to help you get where you need to go, whether that’s work, school, a doctor’s appointment or even to the theatre or grocery store.
With a fleet made up of 27, handicap accessible, service vehicles, Harbor Transit is committed to providing accessible, affordable transit to everyone in our service area.
All vehicles are wheelchair and scooter accessible, and have dedicated spaces where they can be secured.
Most of our vehicles feature a low floor and ramp that make boarding easy for those with walkers as well.
Every bus has a bike rack on the front of the vehicle. These racks hold two bicycles and are free to use.
(See below on how to use)
Using the Transit Bike Rack
Every Harbor Transit bus is equipped with a bike rack on the front of the bus. These racks hold two bicycles, are free to use, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Not sure how to use the bike racks? No problem! Follow these steps for loading and unloading your bike:
Loading Your Bike
Follow these steps:
01. Prepare Your Bike
Before loading, remove water bottles, pumps and other loose items that could fall off while the bus is in motion.
02. Inform the Driver
Inform the driver that you will be loading your bike. You must load your bike from the curb or in front of the bus.
03. Release Bike Rack
Using one hand, squeeze handle up to release latch and pull down the bike rack. Do not lean your bike against the bus.
04. Place Bike on Rack
Lift bike onto the bike rack and fit wheels into labeled wheel slots. Each wheel slot is clearly labeled for the front wheel.
05. Use Support Arm
For additional support, raise the Support Arm up and over the front wheel so the hook rests at the highest point of the front wheel.
06. Board the Transit
Board the bus and choose a seat allowing you to keep an eye on your bike. DON’T FORGET YOUR BIKE when you get off.
Unloading Your Bike
Follow these steps:
01. Inform the Driver
Inform the driver that you will be unloading your bike. Unload your bike from the curb or in front of the bus.
02. Raise Support Arm
Raise the Support Arm off the front wheel, then fold the Support Arm down to a secured position.
03. Remove Your Bike
Lift your bike and remove from it rack. Squeeze handle and fold up bick rack until it locks in place, then you are free to go!