Bus beats the crowd

Kortney of Allendale asked, "Will the city be running its buses for Coast Guard Saturday? I did it last year and it worked out great to beat the crowds that night."
Mark Brooky
Jul 22, 2013



You'll be able to ride the bus again this year, Kortney.

The Harbor Transit park-and-ride and all-area shuttle will be operating all day and night on Saturday, Aug. 3. It's $1 a ride.

All-area shuttle service can pick you up at Griffin and Ferry elementary schools, Trinity Reformed Church, and First Christian Reformed Church in Grand Haven; at Ferrysburg City Hall; and at Spring Lake Presbyterian Church and Harvest Bible Chapel in Spring Lake; and drops you off at Third Street and Columbus Avenue in downtown Grand Haven.

Park-and-ride: Park on Harbor Island for $5 per vehicle and take the bus to Washington Avenue. A portion of the money will go to a local nonprofit organization.

The bus services will begin at 9 a.m. and run after the fireworks show.

Remember that coolers, strollers, lawn chairs and such may not occupy a seat; you must be able to handle such carry-ons yourself.

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