TRANSIT SYSTEMS IN MICHIGAN

OUTLYING SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN


Ann Arbor

1890-1896 - Ann Arbor Street Railway Co.
1896-1897 - Ann Arbor & Ypsilanti Electric Railway Co.
1897-1901 - Detroit Ypsilanti & Ann Arbor Railway
1901-1907 - Detroit Ypsilanti Ann Arbor & Jackson Railway
1907-1925 - Detroit Jackson & Chicago Railway (Detroit United Railway)
1925 - streetcars replaced with buses

1925-1928 - People's Motor Coach Co. (Detroit United Railway)
1928-1933 - Eastern Michigan Motorbuses
1933-1936 - Ann Arbor Transportation Co.
1936-1943 - Ann Arbor City Bus Co.
1943-1957 - Ann Arbor City Bus (Great Lakes Greyhound Lines)
1957-1959 - Ann Arbor Transit
1959-1963 - City Bus Co. of Ann Arbor
1963-1964 - Ann Arbor Public Bus Service
1964-1968 - City Bus Co. of Ann Arbor
1968-1969 - Ann Arbor City Transit

FURTHER INFORMATION
Streetcar Map
Classic Bus Roster

Ypsilanti

Steam Dummy
1890-1892 - Ann Arbor & Ypsilanti Street Railway Co.

Private bus co. in 1952 - Decker Bus Lines

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1969)
Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority


Flint

1901-1928 - Detroit United Railway
1928-1936 - Eastern Michigan Railways
1924 - buses introduced
1936 - streetcars discontinued

1936-1955 - Flint Trolley Coach
1937-1956 - operated trolleybuses
1955-1964 - Flint City Coach Lines (City Coach Lines)

FURTHER INFORMATION
Streetcar Map
Classic Bus Roster

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1972)
Flint Mass Transportation Authority


Monroe

1901-1902 - Monroe Traction Co.
1902-1903 - Toledo & Monroe Railway
1903-1906 - Detroit Monroe & Toledo Short Line Railway Co.
1906-1928 - Detroit United Railway
1928 - streetcars discontinued

1928-1944 - no transit service
1944-1945 - Monroe Transit Lines
1945-1946 - no transit service
1946-1952 - Monroe City Lines (Short Way Lines)
1952-1956 - Monroe City Lines
1956-1977 - no transit service

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1977)
Lake Erie Transit


Port Huron

Horse Car
1866-1877 - Port Huron & Gratiot Railway Co.
1877-1889 - Port Huron Street Railway Co.
1886-1889 - horse cars replaced with electric streetcars operated by new company

1886-1890 - Port Huron Electric Railway Co.
1887-1892 - Gratiot Electric Railway Co.
1892-1901 - City Electric Railway Co.
1901-1928 - Detroit United Railway
1927 - buses introduced
1928-1930 - Eastern Michigan Railways
1930 - streetcars replaced with buses operated by new company

1930-1952 - Carpenters Rapid Transit
1952-1958 - Port Huron Bus Co.
1958-1964 - City Bus Co.
1964-1968 - Port Huron Transit Co.
1968-1976 - no transit service

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1976)
Blue Water Area Transit


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