Trinity Transportation

Trinity can provide transportation for groups as large as 1,000 or as personal as one

To Trinity Transportation’s many customers, being taken for a ride is a good thing. “People love the convenience and the services we provide,” says Stacey Bruwer, Trinity Transportation’s marketing manager. “We offer everything from a motor coach that seats up to 56 people to a shuttle for much smaller crowds.”

One of Trinity Transportation’s most popular rides is the party bus, which carries up to 28 happy partygoers and features inside lighting, a bar, and a restroom. Another fun ride is the company’s trolley bus. Modeled after an old time trolley, the vehicle seats up to 30 passengers. The company also features a school bus that seats up to 48 people; an executive mini coach for up to 35 riders, a van shuttle for five passengers or less, and local sedan service.

Trinity Transportation was busy this spring taking students on long-distance school trips to destinations such as New York and Washington, D.C. The company serves a total of 150 school districts and also transports athletic teams from Wayne State University, Eastern Michigan University, and Oakland University.

Family reunions are popular in the summer, and Trinity Transportation takes families to reunions in a number of other states. Closer to home, the company’s vehicles take passengers to destinations such as the Henry Ford and the DIA. Additionally, the company offers a Cedar Point Line run from Oakland Mall in Troy, Home Depot in Madison Heights, Sam’s Club in Southgate, and Mejier in Lincoln Park.

“One of our most popular offerings is our Cedar Point package,” Bruwer says. “One low fee of $79 per person includes round trip transportation and a ticket to the park.”


Trinity Transportation can provide transportation for groups as large as 1,000 or as personal as one. For more information, including a virtual tour of Trinity Transportation and its vehicles, visit


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