Amtrak and Indian Trails bus lines are instituting a Thruway bus connecting service between Amtrak’s Wolverine Service trains and point in central Michigan, including Mt. Pleasant and Gaylord.
Passengers on Train No. 350 will connect in Battle Creek, Michigan, with the bus heading to Michigan points, while passengers originating at those points will connect with Train No. 355 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
The new bus route will travel to various communities along U.S. Route 127 and Interstate 75.
Mt. Pleasant is the home of Central Michigan University.
Indian Trails motorcoaches provide free Wi-Fi, 110V electrical outlets and are wheelchair-accessible.
Amtrak said that the new route expands the Indian Trails’ network of connections with Amtrak to reach 270,000 people in more than 100 towns throughout Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas, as well as Duluth, Minnesota; Chicago and Milwaukee.
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