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During the coronavirus public health crisis:

Effective Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Our main office at will remain closed to the public until further notice.

Please Remember:
Face masks are optional when riding the bus.
Arrange your ride the day before.
No same day scheduling.
Home office on 7th St remains closed.

LET is taking special measures to protect our riders, especially those who have preexisting conditions that put them at higher risk for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.

Natural beauty everywhere we go.

Lake Erie Transit welcomes you to our Great Outdoors. We see some of the finest natural scenery just by walking outdoors. In the woods, on the shoreline and everywhere in between, we wear our pride outside.

Come On In!

The new Downtown Transfer Station at City Hall is open and ready for you! It’s climate-controlled year-round with plenty of seating, inside and out. Wait for your bus in comfort: If buses are running, it’s open for riders.

Come see what we’ve built. The only thing missing is you!

Bus interior cleaning has been dramatically increased.

  • All buses are thoroughly cleaned every evening with an EPA-approved and –tested cleaning solution effective against SARS CoV-2 for harder-to-kill viruses.
  • Drivers carry gloves and wipes to clean intermittently during their routes after passengers disembark. Special attention is given to areas of frequent human contact, such as fareboxes, seats, handrails and doorways.
  • Staff are taking the same cleaning measures at the Telegraph Transfer Station and the Home Office.
  • Riders are urged not to board a bus if you are not feeling well, running a fever, coughing or have shortness of breath that is not typical for you.
  • Face masks are optional when riding the bus.

We urge all riders to do the following.

  • Wash your hands frequently, for at least 20 seconds each time. This is the best way to avoid getting sick.
  • Always cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough.
  • If you don’t feel well or you feel feverish, stay home if at all possible and talk with your doctor.
  • Find out more about staying healthy during this time at


We care about all our neighbors. Please, be wise and be well.

Taking you where YOU want to go!

Lake Erie Transit offers a variety of fast and easily accessible transportation services for Monroe County residents. With 8 Fixed Routes, Frenchtown and Bedford Dial-A-Ride services, ADA and Essential Transportation Services, Lake Erie Transit is driven to provide everyone in our community with the highest level of service.

Friendly drivers, money-saving fares and convenient routes on fuel-efficient buses throughout Monroe County and into Toledo.

How to Ride

Riding with us is easy and worry free. Here’s all you need to know.

Safety and Comfort

For the safety of all riders:

  • No smoking (It’s the law)
  • No eating or drinking
  • No pets or animals (except seeing eye or hearing guide dogs)
  • Electronic devices (radios/CD players) must use earphones


And at Lake Erie Transit, we’re driven to provide our riders with the safest, highest-quality, most affordable public transportation.

• Fixed Route / Dial-A-Ride
• All-Day Pass
• 31-Day Pass
• 2-Hour / 1-Way Pass


NO SERVICE FOR THE 4TH While the nation celebrates our birthday, LET is closed so our drivers, mechanics and administrators can take an active part and be with family and

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