Hancock Public Transit

The smaller of two public transit providers in the cities of Houghton and Hancock, Hancock Public Transit offers demand-response service to the general population from 7 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Those needing transportation should call less than 30 minutes in advance, and point-to-point rides will be provided as available. Service is available in and around the two cities, with outer boundaries roughly defined by Quincy Hill near Portage Health System, Copper Bowl Lanes in Ripley, Hancock Beach/Campground, and Copper Country Mall in Houghton.

 Website http://www.cityofhancock.com/info-transit.php
 Provider Type Public Transit Agency
Headquarters 399 Quincy Street, Hancock, MI 49930
Phone (906) 482-3450; 369-3450 after hours
Service Area Hancock and Houghton City Limits, generally
Ownership/Funding Authority City
Service Type Demand-Response
Fares: General Public $5
Fares: Reduced
Students: $3

Senior Citizens (55+)/Persons with Disabilities: $2.50

Children (under 12): $2.50

Multiple-Ride Passes Students: $30 for 10 rides + 2 free

Senior Citizens/Persons with Disabilities: $40 for 16 rides + 3 free

Days/Hours of Operation 7 am – 5 pm, M-F
Accessibility Wheelchair ramps on buses


Demand-Response: Point-to-point pickup and dropoff service is provided in response to a phone call, with or without notice (typically 24 hours).

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