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Van Buren Public Transit

Van Buren Public Transit is a public, not-for-profit transportation agency providing curb-to-curb service to anyone including wheelchair accessible transportation for individuals who cannot access other transportation alternatives. Service is available to everyone in Van Buren County. We transport people using medical aids, as well as those accessing jobs, educational services and day- to- day activities. Our services reflect a commitment to meeting the mobility needs of/for all.

 What We Believe...

We believe that all people are entitled to live as independently as possible within their life circumstances.

We believe that freedom of movement is a fundamental necessity in our society.

We believe that everybody counts, regardless of age, health or income, and has a contribution to make to the community in which they live.

This Web site offers you a convenient "front door" to our many services. You can access information on Dial a Ride services, Flex Routes, fares and schedules. 

Phone: 269-427-7921 or 1-800-828-2015        

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Or email at rides@vbco.org   

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News:     Invitation For Bid:

Communication Equipment 

Bid extended until 7/10/2017

Local Advisory Council meeting on Wednesday July 12 at 10 am, at 610 David Walton Dr. Bangor, MI 

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This website is made possible through a Federal Transit Administration 5317 grant and the Michigan Department of Passenger Transportation.  It is managed by the Southwest Michigan Planning Commission who is providing this database solely for informational purposes.  It disclaims all responsibilities for errors, omissions, changes, and other agency representations. SWMPC’s listing of agencies does not constitute an endorsement by SWMPC of the agency, business, guarantee of availability of service, guarantee of the quality of service.  Further, SWMPC does not represent for other agencies the compliance with all legal requirements for providing services, compliance with federal, state, local and equal employment opportunity and anti-discrimination laws and acknowledgment of good standing with appropriate licensing authorities, if any. SWMPC further disclaims liability for such compliance and licensing requirements.