• The Detroit Bus Company Brings Transit With a Twist

    FROM THE Summer 2014 ISSUE

    The Detroit Bus Company offers public transport, private rentals and themed tours. 

Need to shuttle a group about town?

Looking for a truly unique Detroit experience for your meeting attendees? The Detroit Bus Company is here to help.

The transportation company, founded by 26-year-old Detroit native Andy Didorosi in response to the city’s dismal public transportation system, has evolved into one of the most innovative, interesting and unique companies around.

The Detroit Bus Company offers a host of services: daily public transport, private rental vehicles and tours. Its vehicles are mostly rehabbed school buses; all are biodiesel-fueled, hand-painted by local artists and tricked out with modern amenities like free onboard Wi-Fi and names like Bettis and Lochness.

The company also offers themed tours, recent examples of which include: Drunks of Antiquity: A Detroit Historical Bar Tour. Or check out What They Made: An Automotive History Tour.

Questions? Just visit thedetroitbus.com and explore the company’s highly responsive, current-to-the-minute website.

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