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    Now, you can rely on our new stop-to-stop service with our 400 bus stop locations, county-wide. No more unmarked stops. No more waving the bus down.

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  • New downtown bus terminal proposed.

    A consulting firm hired by Muskegon County is recommending that a proposed new downtown Muskegon bus terminal be constructed at the terminal's current site.

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  • For wherever life takes you.

    MATS can help. We're dedicated to providing the best public transportation with several routes and locations that canvas Muskegon County.

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  • CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY FOR MATS PROJECT

    Notice of Intent: General Contractors licensed to do commercial work in Michigan are hereby notified that it is the intent of the County of Muskegon to issue an Invitation for Bids in the coming month for the Renovation and Addition to the Muskegon Area Transit System’s Downtown Muskegon Transit Center at 351 Morris Ave, Muskegon, MI 49440. Bid documents will only be issued through the Michigan Intergovernmental Trade Network (MITN). Interested contractors should consider completing their registration for access to the MITN system at this time in order to access this opportunity. Registration can be accomplished at www.mitn.info. DBE firms are encouraged to participate in this opportunity. Expected due date in mid-to late October 2014. For details, please review the Notice of Intent.

     
  • JUST IN TIME FOR WINTER, MATS ADDS TEN NEW BUS SHELTERS TO HEAVILY-TRAVELED ROUTES; MORE TO COME IN 2014/15

    Muskegon, MI – Just before the snow flies, the Muskegon Area Transit System (MATS) has added ten (10) new accessible bus shelters with benches along heavily-traveled routes within Muskegon County, according to MATS Transit System Manager Jim Koens.

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  • Three natural gas-powered buses join Muskegon County's fleet

    The push by Muskegon County's bus system to convert to natural gas-fueled vehicles has reached its full-sized buses for the first time.

    Three new heavy-duty compressed natural gas buses began serving routes in the Muskegon Area Transit System earlier this month, replacing older, diesel-powered buses. Seasonal trolleys and small buses in the MATS fleet have been using compressed natural gas for years.

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