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Battle Creek Transit (MI)
Battle Creek Transit has provided continuous service since 1932 and operates as a city department. The service is operated from the transit terminal located on W. Michigan Avenue. The terminal houses all vehicles, maintenance, and administrative activities. The service consists of both line-haul and demand-response service. Line-haul service operates on a central hub pulse mode with service available six days a week.
The demand-response service, called Tele-Transit, operates primarily to accommodate special needs customers but is open to the general public. Battle Creek Transit also oversees the Intermodal terminal which accommodates both intercity rail and bus travelers. Located adjacent to the transfer center, a passenger may easily transfer from intercity to local public transit.
Battle Creek Transit is responsible for providing public transit services to Battle Creek area residents. Regular route bus service is provided throughout the City of Battle Creek, with limited stops in the City of Springfield, and the Townships of Bedford, Emmett, and Pennfield on weekdays from 5:15am – 6:45pm and on Saturdays from 9:15am – 5:15pm.
There are approximately 460 BCT Bus Stop Signs throughout the area. For safety and traffic reasons, the bus will only stop at a Bus Stop sign. Shelters are located at many major bus stops to provide a comfortable place to wait. No service is provided on Sunday.
Battle Creek Transit also provides door-to-door, dial-a-ride services for senior citizens and persons with disabilities, as well as for workers going to their jobs. Known as "Tele-Transit," this service operates on weekdays from 5:15am – 12:00am, and on Saturdays from 9:15am – 5:00pm.
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