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Lawsuit: “Detroit Airport Punished Indian Trails & Michigan Flyer for Helping Disabled”

In a federal lawsuit filed today, Indian Trails, Inc., and Michigan Flyer, LLC, charged the Wayne County Airport Authority (WCAA) with “corrupt and unlawful retaliatory conduct” against the two bus companies due to their support of people with disabilities in suing the airport for discrimination last September.

Indian Trails relocates Alpena bus stop

OWOSSO, Mich.― Effective today, Indian Trails—which operates daily, scheduled motorcoach routes throughout Michigan and into Chicago, Duluth, and Milwaukee—is relocating its bus stop in Alpena, Mich.

The new bus stop—at Thunder Baykery, 2060 M-32 West, in Alpena—is currently offering passenger pick-up and drop-off service only. Soon, though, it will become a full-service Indian Trails agency that sells bus tickets at the counter.

Indian Trails Honors Four "Million Mile" Bus Drivers for Safely Transporting 1.5 Million Passengers

​OWOSSO, MI—Four bus drivers for Indian Trails, Inc., were recently honored with the company’s Million Mile Award for driving more than 1 million miles without an avoidable accident—and one of the four was recognized for the rare achievement of safely driving 2 million mi

Indian Trails and MDOT Roll Out Eight “Pure Michigan” Buses

Indian Trails, Inc.—in partnership with the Michigan Dept. of Transportation (MDOT)—is putting eight new motorcoaches on the road that are sure to turn heads, boost ridership, and attract more tourists to Michigan.

Like rolling billboards, the new buses are covered with giant photos of some of Michigan’s most popular vacation destinations and largest cities—and they carry the Pure Michigan logo.

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