April 28, 2016

Dial-a-Ride and The Albion-Marshall Connector

Dial-a-Ride

Dial-a-Ride began service in 1974. Marshall Dial-a-Ride is a curb to curb driving service which helps members of the Marshall community travel back and forth to work, school, doctors visits, shopping, dining, and more. To make our buses convenient and safe for everyone, the buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts or ramps. This makes it possible for passengers in wheelchairs to board and depart the bus at all locations covered by our service. 

Peak travel times are 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. for students, 2:30 p.m to 3:15 p.m. during the school year when schools dismiss, lunchtime, and the first and third wednesdays of each month. It is recommended that you call ahead to schedule a pick-up if you need service during peak daytime hours. Call or text 269.781.3975 during our regular business hours to pre-arrange your transportation needs. 

In-Town Service

$3.00—Adults / Children 13+

$1.50—Disabled / Seniors 60+ / Children age 5 to 12

Free—Caretakers / Children under 5 with a paid rider

 

Out-of-Town (Limited Service)

$4.00—Adults / Children 13+

$2.00—Disabled / Seniors 60+ / Children age 5 to 12

Free—Caretakers / Children under 5 with a paid rider

  

Dial-a-Ride

 

The Albion-Marshall Connector

Click here for information on the Albion-Marshall Connector (AMC)! The AMC runs five (5) days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to help connect two great cities. 

One Way Fares

$2.00—Adults / Children 13+

$1.00—Disabled / Seniors 60+ / Children age 5 to 12

Free—Caretakers / Children under 5 with a paid rider

   

The Albion - Marshall Connector

 

For both services, please have the exact fare, drivers do not carry cash. If you overpay, you will receive tokens as change for future use. Tokens are available at City Hall (323 W. Michigan Ave.), the Dial-a-Ride offices (900 S. Marshall Ave.) and from our drivers. 

Public Notice for Proposed State and Federal Operating Expenses  click on to read the public notice.