OWOSSO, Mich., — On Saturday, Indian Trails, Inc. resumed the majority of its daily scheduled bus service, which includes routes throughout Michigan and into Chicago, Milwaukee and Duluth. Reduced connections to Greyhound and Amtrak national networks will resume as well.
The Michigan-based motorcoach company provides charters, tours, shuttles and airport transfers in addition to its daily scheduled routes. It currently operates one of the largest and newest fleets of deluxe motorcoaches in the state.
This is phase I of the company’s reopening plans and is welcome news to hundreds of thousands of passengers in nearly 80 communities typically served by Indian Trails daily.
“We’re grateful to be resuming this important service in our region,” said Chad Cushman, Indian Trails president. “Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve faced the biggest economic challenge in the 110-year history of our family-owned company. It feels great to bring more employees back to work and watch part of our 74-bus fleet roll off the lots and back on the road again.”
As a part of the reopening plan, Indian Trails has incorporated rules and requirements like “No Mask, No Ride,” daily symptom checks for on-duty employees, ventilating buses with fresh air versus recirculated air and much more.
Tickets for every active route can be purchased at indiantrails.com or at more than 90 travel center locations. Schedules for all routes as well as a route map are also found on the Indian Trails website.