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Lobby Day Bus Tickets


Tuesday, November 27, 2018


TC/Grayling to Lansing


BUS CAPTAIN: Kate Madigan

(231) 633-5353‬

We have arranged a bus for any northern Michigan attendee of the November 27, 2018, Lobby Day in Lansing. We will unite the forces of diverse groups to stop dangerous legislation that risks the independence of the Mackinac Bridge and gives Enbridge the ability to keep their aging pipelines in the Straits of Mackinac for at least another 10 years. 

Michigan Climate Action Network
Oil & Water Don't mix
Friends of Mackinac Bridge
Michigan League of Conservation Voters

WHAT: Round Trip bus transportation from Traverse City & Grayling to Lansing

WHEN: First day of Lame Duck legislation session: Tuesday, November 27, 2018. See schedule below

WHERE: Traverse City - meet at the Meijer US-31 parking lot 3955 US-31, Traverse City, MI 49684. Board at the Tesla chargers in the parking lot immediately North of the store.

Graying - meet at the Grayling McDonald's, 2236 Old US 27 Rd, Grayling, MI 49738. Park far away from the building.


4:45 AM - Board the bus at Meijer US-31 Traverse City

5:15 AM Sharp - Depart Meijer US-31 

6:30 AM - Board the bus at McDonald's Grayling and SHORT rest stop

6:55 AM Sharp - Depart McDonald's Grayling

8:55 AM - Arrive Lansing


1:00 - 2:00 PM - Lunch at a nearby restaurant (on your own)

2:00 PM Sharp - Bus Departs Lansing

4:00 PM - Drop off at McDonald's Grayling

5:30 PM - Arrive at Meijer US-31 Traverse City


Purchase a bus ticket here! The cost of the ticket covers the bus fare and driver tip. If you need ADA compliant transportation, please contact us here - we will arrange transportation for you at no cost.

This is NOT a registration for Lobby Day! To attend, you need to register via Oil & Water Don't Mix, or Friends of Mackinac Bridge.

Free Tickets

Thanks to generous sponsors, we now have some FREE tickets available. If you need a ticket please send an email to Kate our bus captain and she'll put on you the list.



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