What to do if you leave something behind on the MTA
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MTA Primary Route buses are equipped with bike racks extending your travel options to wherever life takes you. No special permit or advance reservation is required. Your bike is included in a single fare.
Bicycle racks can carry two bikes at a time only and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For safety reasons, bus operators are not allowed to assist loading or removing bikes from racks. For faster boarding, please remove any loose objects or personal items that could fall off your bike during transit.
Unclaimed bikes inadvertently left on MTA vehicles may be retrieved by calling Customer Service at(810) 767-0100. Be prepared to describe the bike and prove ownership
Things to Remember
Our bike racks are designed to carry standard bikes. Recumbent bikes, tandem bikes and three-wheeled bikes are not allowed because they do not fit safely into the racks.
Remember, to allow for faster boarding, be ready to load by taking all loose objects and personal items off your bike.
At your destination, be sure to exit the front door and tell the driver you are going to remove your bike from the rack.
Raise the rack to its upright position when no other bike is present.
MTA assumes no liability for injuries or damages incurred to bikes, personal property or persons while using the racks or riding the bus.
Removing Your Bike
Leave by the front door and tell the operator
that you’ll be removing your bike.
1. To release your bike, simply pull the red support arm away from the wheel.
2. Lift your bike from the rack.
3. If the rack is empty please fold the rack against the bus by pulling the red handle toward you.
4. Raise the rack until it locks into place.
Move toward the curb quickly and let the operator know it’s safe to leave.