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Transit Documents & Policies

Passengers may not get on the bus and ride without a destination, nor can they get on the bus and ride all day. 

Due to vehicle capacity limitations, social distancing and health concerns, passengers may not loiter on Windrider Transit buses.

 During staff breaks passengers are not allowed to remain on the bus.  Driver breaks are built into the daily fixed route schedules to allow drivers their designated time for meals, bathroom breaks, etc.

Schedule fluctuations may occur due to unforeseen breakdowns, weather, traffic, trains, etc.

If the designated stop area is blocked or seen as dangerous at the time drivers make a stop, they will find the safest spot to stop, in the very near vicinity.

Please be at the designated stop areas at least five minutes prior to schedule departure times.

Windrider Transit is NOT an ambulance service and we DO NOT transport passengers in need of immediate medical attention.  We do transport passengers to Livingston HealthCare and near Community Health Partners for appointments.

Service animals or animals in small crates are allowed on buses; emotional support and comfort animals are not allowed on buses.

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Each year, Windrider Transit staff updates the Coordination Plan and offers the draft plan for public review.  In 2022, the plan was open for public review until February 16, 2022.  

2022 Draft Coordination Plan

Other Windrider Transit Policies and Documents

ADA TRANSIT POLICIES & PROCEDURES

DAR APPLICATION/INSTRUCTIONS

MDT TITLE VI COMPLAINT FORM

WINDRIDER TRANSIT TITLE VI PLAN

PASSENGER GUIDE

 


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