Greg Kellogg, Director
Adam Baranski, Deputy Director
Trisha Reed, Operations Manager
Livingston Essential Transportation Service also known as L.E.T.S. Transportation is a public transportation service that was established in October of 1977 as a department of Livingston County government. L.E.T.S. serves the elderly, disabled, children, teenagers, ANYONE! L.E.T.S. provides dial-a-ride service to meet any transportation need. Riders can use our buses to travel to any destination in Livingston County, including doctors’ offices, grocery stores, schools and banks. L.E.T.S. also provides transportation to dialysis centers and regional service to Ingham, Genesee, Oakland and Washtenaw counties for medical appointments.
Fares are determined by the distance traveled within Livingston County. In general, riders pay $2.00 for each township they pass through with the maximum regular fare of $6.00. Children five and under, when accompanied by an adult, ride free. If you are disabled, or at least 60 years of age, you ride at a reduced (1/2) fare.
L.E.T.S. Transportation has twenty-six (26) vehicles, twenty-four (24) of which are lift or ramp equipped.