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Free Rides to Vaccine Clinic Sites With Proof of Appointment

Lake Erie Transit is providing free bus transportation to and from area vaccine clinics for residents and workers in Bedford, Frenchtown and Monroe with proof of appointment, the company stated. LET is joining the Michigan Public Transit System’s “Ride to Your Dose of Hope” as well as more than 450 public transit companies in 41 states providing this service. To ride free to the first vaccination appointment, riders must show the bus driver the phone text from vaccine officials. For the second shot, riders must present their vaccine card with appointment scheduled. The offer covers all LET services. Riders taking the bus home from the vaccine site will ride free. “As a community-driven transit service, we do everything we can to protect our communities’ health,” said Mark Jagodzinski, general manager for LET. “We’ve kept vital services available and safe throughout this pandemic, and providing free rides to and from vaccine […]

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Dial-A-Ride Closure

Due to the weather forecast, the Bedford Dial-A-Ride service in Temperance and Lambertville is canceled for Tuesday, February 16th, 2021. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause for our riders.

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Large Gillig Busses Out and About

You may see some of our bigger Gillig buses out and about this week. We have installed some new software on these buses and need to test it; and these buses have been sitting for two months and we need to run them a little and have the mechanics check them out and tune them up. THE FIXED ROUTES ARE NOT RUNNING YET. THESE BUSES WILL NOT BE PICKING UP PASSENGERS. We are still working to determine when we can ramp up services. Please be patient.

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Route #9 Closure

Effective, Wednesday, 3/25/2020 LET will be closing fixed-route #9/South Custer due to a lack of ridership. If you need to take the #9, call dispatch at 734-242-6766 and we will provide a Dial-A-Ride bus to you. Thank you for your understanding and patience.

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Changes in the Sale and Use of Bus Passes

Changes in Response to the COVID-19 Crisis Effective Monday, March 23, 2020 Changes in the Sale and Use of Bus Passes All passes must be purchased on the buses. The Telegraph Transfer Station and the Home Office will not sell passes to the general public until further notice. Fixed route and dart buses will not be selling 31-day passes until further notice. If you have a current 31-day pass, you may use it. Fixed route and dart buses will not sell all-day passes until further notice. If you have a current all-day pass, you may use it. You may not use your passes repeatedly. You should be limiting your outings to necessary trips only. Buses will sell only 2-hour/one-way passes: 50¢ for children, persons who are disabled, seniors and veterans $1 for children older than 12 and general riders These passes limit you to origin-to-destination transportation.* This means you must […]

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Effective Monday – March 23, 2020 • LET is asking passengers to limit bus trips to critical or essential trips only. (Pharmacy, Medical, Grocery, Employment, etc.) • Maximum of ten (10) passengers on the bus at any one time, use social distancing and remain six (6) feet from other passengers and from the driver. • Limit the use of all-day passes to critical or essential trips only. Destination must be established. • Service reductions are being put in place as ridership declines.

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