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Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) is the public transit
operator serving suburban Greater Detroit. Beginning operations in
1967 as the "SouthEastern Michigan Transportation Authority" or
"SEMTA," it operates 44 "linehaul" and three "park-and-ride" bus
routes in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties. Its name was changed
to SMART in 1989. As of 2008, SMART has the third highest ridership
of Michigan's transit systems, surpassed by Capital Area
Transportation Authority and Detroit Department of Transportation.
SMART has its headquarters in the Buhl Building in Downtown
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