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LAC meeting for August 21, 2019 at 1:15pm at Grand Haven Community Center is postponed until further notice.

Service Is Available
  • Monday – Friday 6am to 6pm (Last call taken at 5:30pm)
  • Saturday 9am to 4pm (Last call taken at 3:30pm)
  • Sunday 8am to 12:30pm (advance reservation required)

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Fares For Regular Service
  • 60 years and older 75¢
  • 19 – 59 years old $1.50
  • 18 years and under 75¢
  • 4 years and under FREE w/ paying adult (limit 2)
  • Disabled 75¢
  • Medicare card 75¢

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About Harbor Transit & What We Offer. 

For Convenience – For Cost Savings…Take A Ride With Us!

Harbor Transit has been in operation for over 40 years. It has grown from a small “Dial-A-Ride” service into a public transit authority that serves the communities of Grand Haven, Grand Haven Charter Township, Ferrysburg, the Village of Spring Lake, and Spring Lake Township. Harbor Transit Multi-Modal Transit System was established in January of 2012. It is governed by a Board of Directors that is made up of 10 members from the municipalities we serve along with transit stakeholders such as passengers and social service agencies.
In the 40 plus years that Harbor Transit has been in operation, they have provided transportation for thousands of passengers going to work, school, medical appointments, and other needed destinations.
The Harbor Transit fleet is made up of 27 wheelchair accessible service vehicles. Most of our buses and vans have a low floor and ramp so boarding for those with a wheelchair or walker can be done easily and safely.
If you have any questions about Harbor Transit or would like to schedule transportation please see our contact us section located at the top of our webpage or call 616-842-3200.


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First Time Rider Info.

Harbor Transit provides curb to curb bus transportation service to the greater Northwest Ottawa County area on a Monday thru Saturday basis. Here is how you access the service whenever you might need it…

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Bike Rack.

All Harbor Transit buses are equipped with a bike rack on the front. These two-position racks are available on a “first come, first serve” basis and free to use. The passenger can easily stow the bike on the rack following the details described below…

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Passenger Conduct

Please remain seated while the bus is in motion.  Seat belts are provided and encouraged for your safety. Standing on the seats, sitting in the aisles or blocking doorways is not allowed. Keep hands, arms and other objects inside the bus. Be respectful of other passengers…

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Bus Advertising

Could your promotional and sales message benefit from reaching well over 250,000 visitors and residents? Harbor Transit is pleased to offer a vehicle advertising program designed to target your potential as well as present customers. Our busses and trolley’s are moving billboards that provide unique exposure throughout the Tri-Cities. Your sales message will be seen by thousands of individuals on a weekly basis at a very reasonable price…

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Advertising Policy

The purpose of this policy is to establish guidelines for interior and exterior advertising on Harbor Transit vehicles. The Harbor Transit Authority Board is ultimately responsible for the adoption of this policy and any amendments. The Harbor Transit Authority Board intends that it is operating in a proprietary capacity and its vehicles constitute non-public forms that are subject to the viewpoint-neutral restrictions set forth below…

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Multi-Ride Program

Harbor Transit provides you with a way to save both time and money with the purchase of one of our multiple ride fare cards. The card eliminates the need to carry cash making your trip on the bus even more hassle-free for you or your child…

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