Livingston Essential Transportation Service
L.E.T.S. Public Transportation
3950 W Grand River
Howell, MI 48855
Service Hours:
Mon-Fri, 6am-9pm
Sat, 7:30am–4:30pm
Limited Service: Between Brighton, Howell & Fowlerville
6-9:30am & 3–9pm
Dialysis Centers:
As needed & available
Sat. night & Sun. service available on Demand Response

Office Hours: Mon–Fri 8am-4:30pm
Ph:  517.546.6600
Fax: 517.546.5088

Livingston Essential Transportation Service

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Curb - to - Curb Service for Everyone

RESERVATIONS: 517-546-6600

Livingston Essential Transportation Service (L.E.T.S.) was established in October 1977 to meet Livingston County's public transporation needs. L.E.T.S. provides dial-a-ride service to any destination countywide and regional medical service to Ingham, Oakland, Genessee, and Washtenaw counties.

Call Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM, to reserve your ride. All reservations can be made up to six weeks in advance.  Reservations are taken on a first call, first served basis.  Reserve your return trip at the same time you make your reservation.
Limited Saturday service is available!

For closings due to inclement weather listen to WHMI 93.5 FM.  Closings are announced by 6:00 a.m.

Bus token purchases are NOW available online!

After making your selection for tokens you will be routed to our service provider, Oakland County, for the processing of your online payment.

Buy Tokens Online
Payments and costs may be made by:
  - Electronic Check
  - Visa, MasterCard or Discover

Pay Online:
 Payment may be made using Visa, MasterCard, Discover and electronic checks.  An Enhanced Access Fee/Convenience Fee (fee varies depending on amount of payment; a $2.50 minimum is charged) will be added to your payment.

What’s New?

Livingston Essential Transportation Service (L.E.T.S.) was notified by the Federal Transit Administration that an opportunity to apply for Federal funds under the State of Good Repair initiative. The application was prepared and L.E.T.S. was able to secure $877,476 in Federal funds and $219,369 in State of Michigan matching funds for a total grant of $1,096,845.