Grove Transit provides safe, reliable and affordable non-emergency transportation throughout the Greater Mississippi Pine Belt Region and surrounding areas. We equip our fleet with top of the line safety equipment and employ industry standard software to insure reliability and passenger safety. Our full-time Safety Manager performs daily inspections of drivers and their vehicles in the field, and we employ a full-time Fleet Manager responsible for maintaining and overseeing all service and maintenance of our vehicles and wheelchair lifts.
In keeping with our core business model of providing safe and reliable transportation to markets where we see a need, we have also expanded our service offerings to include late night shuttle service in Hattiesburg; shuttles to and from Camp Shelby; transportation to and from airports in New Orleans, Jackson and Gulfport; and, individual and group trips to New Orleans and the Casinos on the Gulf Coast.
We are very proud to be a part of the Hattiesburg Area Development Partnership and the Picayune Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to many years of providing Safe, Reliable and Courteous transportation to folks throughout the Mississippi Pine Belt, and we are committed to providing the same level of service to all of our customers as we expand throughout Mississippi and neighboring states.
Providing affordable non-emergency transportation services
Dan and Suzanne Reid formed Grove Transit in 2010 to meet the growing need for quality non-emergency transportation in the Hattiesburg area. We studied the demographic information and saw that South Mississippi, and in particular Hattiesburg, presented a unique opportunity with its rapidly growing Senior Citizen population, as well as the presence of world-class medical facilities. All of our research and analysis confirmed our belief that the Mississippi Pine Belt Area was ideally situated for us. After looking at possible acquisition targets in the area Dan and Suzanne came to the conclusion that their best bet was to put Dan’s over thirty years of experience assisting young companies and management teams to work by forming a new company built on the core principles of Safety, Reliability and Courtesy.
Since opening our doors in late 2010, we have grown from a small company with 20 vehicles in service, completing 75 trips per day to one of the largest private non-emergency transportation companies in Mississippi regularly completing over 500 trips a day. From the outset we brought on a management team experienced in providing non-emergency transportation services in Mississippi. Currently we employ over 85 individuals and maintain a fleet of over 75 vehicles. We have expanded from renting a small two room office in Hattiesburg to purchasing and renovating our new corporate offices on Hardy Street, directly across from the zoo. In addition we now have locations in Gulfport, Ocean Springs, Picayune, McComb, Laurel, Magee and Waynesboro, with plans for possible expansion into other parts of Mississippi and neighboring states.
News & UpdatesMarch 1, 2016
Grove Transit is proud to partner with Christian Services during their March for Meals campaign. During the month of March, Grove Transit will provide a vehicle and driver Monday through Friday to help deliver meals to Hattiesburg residents. We met Ms. Cookie Prout at a Historic Hattiesburg Downtown Association meeting and heard her speak about […]June 8, 2013
Grove Transit recently was awarded a grant from Mississippi Propane Gas Association to convert the first of it’s wheelchair vans to propane fuel. This new fuel source will allow our vehicles to burn cleaner, our engines will last longer and our fuel bills will reduce dramatically. Over the next few months we hope to convert […]March 1, 2013
Grove Transit is a member of the Taxicab, Limousine and Paratransit Association (TLPA). The TLPA, formed in 1917, is a non-profit trade association of and for the private passenger transportation industry. Dan Reid, President of Grove Transit, has joined the Steering Committee for the Paratransit Division of TLPA and will be speaking on a panel […]