What to do if you leave something behind on the MTA
Legal holidays that the MTA does
not operate buses
13 fixed routes throughout the city
Direct round-trip connection to places
outside of Genesee County
Designed for use by persons who are unable to use fixed route bus service
Trip planner, Real-Time Arrivals, Service Alerts, Maps & More
Provides accessible transportation to
medical facilities outside the normal
fixed route bus service
Organizations providing additional
transportation services serving the elderly and persons with disabilities
Riding the bus is easy! Here are some tips:
More people are discovering that riding MTA is a great way to save money by commuting. Because of that, ridership has soared to record levels. On routes across the system, buses are filling up with savvy passengers who know that public transportation Is more economical, reliable and safer. Add to the fact that it is the “Green” way to go! As the number of passengers increases, we ask you to keep these suggested rider tips in mind:
Giving You the Skills, Confidence and Independence
Travel Training is for those who need help learning to ride the MTA bus system. Travel Training teaches riders how to use the MTA Fixed Route/Your Ride system. The training is customized to meet each individual’s needs.
Getting Started is Easy
Travel Training sessions are as unique as you are. The Travel Trainer will meet you at your home, conduct a travel assessment, and develop a personalized travel plan. The Travel Trainer will accompany you throughout your entire travel training experience. Best of all the training is self paced – take all of the time you need and ask all of the questions you want.
What will I learn?
Travel Training follows an easy, step-by-step learning process. You will learn to:
For more information or to schedule Travel Training call: (810) 767-0100