Michigan Flyer eNews: September 2022 Edition
The September 2022 edition of the Michigan Flyer e-News features contest winner Dion Frischer and bus driver Crystal Patton, along with travel tips, upcoming events, and more.
How Indian Trails Helps Drive Our Economy
Most Chamber members know that the deluxe, 54-passenger motorcoaches operated by Indian Trails, Inc., are different from city transit or school buses. But do you know what an enormous boost these motorcoaches give our economy?
Michigan Flyer eNews: August 2022 Edition
The Michigan Flyer eNews contains travel alerts, upcoming events near Michigan Flyer stops, tips for traveling, and more. Read the August 2022 edition here.
Ody Norkin's Mission to Ease Suffering in Ukraine
July 18, 2022—Like many Americans, Oded "Ody" Norkin was stunned by the Russian invasion of Ukraine last February. While the world watched it unfold, he wondered how to help.
INDIAN TRAILS LAUNCHES FREE BUS-TRACKING APP FOR PASSENGERS
May 5, 2021—A new smartphone application—the Indian Trails Bus Tracker—is now available for free download by passengers. The app enables passengers to track—in real time—the progress of their daily, scheduled buses along the routes to each bus stop.
AFTER DRIVING 2.5 MILLION MILES FOR INDIAN TRAILS, AL KLINE RETIRES
May 5, 2021—Back in 2014, Philip “Al” Kline achieved a rare feat among the bus drivers at Indian Trails: He reached the two million mile mark as a safe driver, having gone the distance without an avoidable accident. When he retired earlier this year after 45 years of service (including a year-long furlough due to Covid’s impact on the travel industry), Kline had logged a remarkable 2,516,384 miles of driving without an avoidable accident.
Indian Trails to Resume Daily, Scheduled Bus Service Throughout Michigan and Beyond
August 3, 2020—Effective Saturday, August 8, Indian Trails, Inc., will restart most of its daily scheduled bus service, which includes routes throughout Michigan, and into Chicago, Milwaukee and Duluth, along with reduced connections with the Greyhound and Amtrak national transportation networks.
MICHIGAN FLYER NEEDS YOUR HELP
Please consider taking action. You may be able to help get Michigan Flyer back on the road—and serving you with dependable, environmentally friendly transportation—by writing to government leaders who are concerned about public transportation in Michigan.