Transit, Lake Erie (MI)

Address: 1150 W. Seventh Street
Monroe,, MI 48161
Phone: (734) 242-6672 Website: http://lakeerietransit.com/transitservices.html

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.

LET buses travel along 8 distinct routes with stops at many of Monroe's most popular destinations. Please also see Bus Basics for more information on how to use the bus system.

 

Bedford DIAL-A-RIDE

In Bedford, call for reservations at least one (1) hour before you want to be picked up. The bus comes to the curb in front of your house and takes you to your destination within the township. Bedford Service also takes passengers to designated stops in Toledo where they can transfer onto the TARTA system.

Reservations: 888-664-5984

 

Frenchtown DIAL-A-RIDE

Dial-A-Ride is just that – call for reservations at least one (1) hour before you want to be picked up. The bus comes right to the curb in front of your house to pick you up and take you to your destination within the township. You can also transfer to a bus on one of LET's fixed routes at no charge.

Reservations: 734-242-6766

 

Essential Transportation Services:
ETS is a door-to-door service for Senior Citizens and for those with disabilities in the Monroe County area who meet one or more of qualifiying criteria.

 

ADA SERVICES
LET provides on-call service to qualifying riders with disabilities. With an ADA certified ID, you can call 24 hours to two weeks in advance and tell us when you need to be at your destination. We'll let you know when we'll pick you up anywhere within 3/4 of a mile of any of our fixed routes.

 

Please visit our website or Contact us for more information:

 

Monroe: (734) 242-6766

Bedford: 888-664-5984

Dundee / Milan:  888-664-8983

 

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