It is the mission of GLTA to provide safe, affordable and reliable transportation service to all residents in the service area. To work on a continuous basis on improvements that will benefit our riders.
The Greater Lapeer Transportation Authority (GLTA) commenced operation in March 1987 as a nonurban demand-response transit system. GLTA is a political subdivision of its incorporators, and serves the same geographic area: the City of Lapeer and the townships of Elba, Lapeer, Mayfield, Deerfield, and Oregon (Lapeer County, Michigan). Additionally, GLTA has the authority, by statute, to provide service throughout the county.
GLTA is governed by a 8 member Board of Directors and is managed by an executive director.
Greater Lapeer Transportation Authority
Ms. Kelly Bales, Executive Director
230 South Monroe St.
Lapeer, MI 48446