Marq-Tran Returns for Annual Participation in U.P. Pink Power Walk

Marquette, MI – April 22, 2019 – U.P. Pink Power is a small group of women and volunteers in our community that help “Pay it Forward”. They do various fundraisers throughout the year to help support those fighting diseases, dealing with tragedies, or illnesses of any kind. For several years, Marq-Tran has participated in one

Have You Been Taking Advantage of Senior Wednesdays?

Marquette, MI – April 10, 2019 – Did you know every Wednesday, all year long, Marq-Tran features Senior Wednesday? Need to take one of our many fixed routes around Marquette County on a Wednesday? If you’re 60 years old or older, you can ride any of our fixed routes on Wednesdays for free! It’s the

Marq-Tran Fixed Routes Closed for 2/5/19

Marquette, MI – February 4, 2019 – Marq-Tran will not be running any fixed routes on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 due to the weather and unsafe travel conditions. There will be limited buses out for PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED door-to-door trips for medical appointments. We apologize for the inconvenience and stay tuned for more updates. Hopefully we will

Marq-Tran Offers Students Free Bus Rides from NMU to Marquette Mountain

Marquette, MI – January 18, 2019 – This week Marquette County Transit Authority started their newest free ride share program with Northern Michigan University. In September of 2018, Marq-Tran began offering NMU students and staff free rides to Meijer and Walmart to pick up groceries for the weekends. Now, Marq-Tran is taking kids out for

UPAWS Loads Shelter Animals onto Marq-Tran Bus to Make Move to Sands Township

Marquette, MI – January 18, 2019 – It was a big day for Marquette County’s Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter and Marq-Tran got to be apart of it! Today, after 40 years at their location in Negaunee off US-41, our local animal shelter made the move to their brand new facility in Sands Township. Marq-Tran

Seasonal Marquette County Transit Authority Senior and Handicapped Resident Christmas Light Tours Wrap Up Soon

Marquette, MI  –  December 20, 2018  –  Each year Marquette County Transit Authority spreads the holiday cheer to our local elderly and handicapped residents. As part of our special services, every Christmas season we work with Marquette County nursing and assisted living facilities so their residents can see the best lights in town! Picking our

Marquette County Transit Authority Offers Elderly & Disable Transportation to Community Christmas Dinners

Marquette, MI –  December 19, 2018  –  We’re participating in another year of holiday traditions in Marquette County bringing the elderly and disabled to Christmas Dinner! This year we’ve teamed up with both the Superiorland Kiwanis Club/Salvation Army and the Elks Lodge in Ishpeming to transport elderly or handicapped community members to both Community Christmas

Northern Michigan University Free Student Grocery Rides Each Friday

New NMU SHOPPING RUN: Each Friday, Marq-Tran takes two loads of students to either Meijer or Walmart. Students can board the bus from Lot #9 behind Hunt/Van Antwerp Hall off Wright Street on the Northern Michigan University Campus. The bus takes off from the parking lot at 3:00pm and 3:50pm. With just over an hour to shop,  return pick

Marquette County Transit Authority Employment Opportunities

Marq-Tran is accepting applications for On Call & Part-Time Drivers Minimum Employment Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent five years as a licensed driver with a clean driving record. Applicants must pass a USDOT physical and undergo and pass a drug screening exam. Apply in person, with a copy of your driving record at: Marq-Tran

3 Month Passes from Marquette County Transit Authority

3 Month are also available at a cost of $180.00 for the general public and $90.00 for students, seniors, and those passengers that meet ADA qualifications. Frequently Asked Questions: Monthly passes are available at a cost of $66.00 per month for the general public and $33.00 per month for students, seniors, veterans with valid ID,