About the Blue Water Area Transit Commission
The Blue Water Area Transit system provides regularly-scheduled bus service six days a week to the City of Port Huron and Fort Gratiot Township as well as a dial-a-ride service in Marysville, Fort Gratiot, Burtchville and Port Huron Townships.
The public transit system is operated by the Blue Water Area Transportation Commission, an independent public agency, with support from state, federal and local governments. The Commissioners are representatives and their alternates from the Transit’s service area.
In 2016, Blue Water Area Transit averaged over 100,000 trips monthly with 1,246,295 for the year — and over 29,000,000 since 1976. The 85 busses cover nine regular routes and multiple handicap, dial-a-ride and agency partnerships.
The Local Advisory Council meets the 5th Tuesday of each month (4 times per year). For more information, contact Lee-Perry Belleau, Community Relations, at 987-7373, extension 128.