FAQS

Nankin Transit Questions

What is Nankin Transit?

Nankin Transit is a connector bus system that offers curb to curb service for seniors and the disabled.

Who does Nankin Transit Serve?

Seniors and the disabled that reside in the cities of Wayne, Westland, Inkster and Garden City.

What is the area of operation for Nankin Transit?

Anywhere within the four cities of Wayne. Westland, Inkster and Garden City and one mile outside of the four cities. Beginning May 1, 2014 we will service the destination points of St. Mary’s Hospital in Livonia, Henry Ford Health Care on Haggerty in Canton Twp., and Oakwood Hospital Main in Dearborn.

How does a resident schedule a ride?

A resident can call (734) 729-2710. It is requested that medical appointments be scheduled two days in advance and one day for all other travel needs.

What is the cost of the service?

The fare is $3.00 one way.

How can passengers pay for the service?

Cash or SMART tickets are accepted. The rider needs exact change as our drivers cannot make change.

How many passengers can a bus hold?

Each bus can hold a total of 13 without special needs. Each bus is equipped with a wheelchair lift. Each bus can hold two wheelchairs. More can be handled if the rider is able to transition from their wheelchair to the bus seat.