Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation route 510 'Van Dyke Local'
|Communities Served||Shelby Township, Utica, Sterling Heights, Warren, Center Line, Detroit|
|Route Type||Main Corridor Route|
|Days of Operation||Daily|
|Vehicles Used||Gillig BRT 40' (HEV), New Flyer Industries D40LF|
|Vehicles at Peak||10|
|Average Daily Weekday Ridership (2018)||1,876 (shared with route 515)|
510 Van Dyke Local is a bus route operated by the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation in metropolitan Detroit, Michigan, United States.
This route primarily services Van Dyke Avenue south of 22 Mile Road. Two branches separate at Van Dyke Avenue and Hall Road, with one branch continuing via 22 Mile Road to Shelby Road to Mound Road to 23 Mile Road to the Shelby Township Walmart and the other branch servicing Hall Road between Van Dyke Avenue and the Lakeside Mall Hub. During peak/rush hours on weekdays only, this route continues past 8 Mile Road to downtown Detroit, at all other times this route services 8 Mile Road between Van Dyke Avenue and the Bel-Air Center.
- January 17, 1989 - Service carried on by SMART.
- May 20, 2002 - The 23 Mile Road branch begins being served at all times.
- December 12, 2011 - Due to systemwide service cuts, outside of peak/rush hours on weekdays only, service now terminates at the Bel-Air Center via 8 Mile Road.
- September 3, 2018 - The 23 Mile Road branch is rerouted to service a new Amazon facility at 23 Mile Road and Mound Road.
Last updated: September 2, 2019
|Frequency||Buses Used||First bus||Last bus||Notes|
|Weekday Peak||15-25||10||4:31am||12:51am||Most trips Shelby Township or Sterling Heights-Downtown Detroit.|
|Weekday Midday||25||Shelby Township or Sterling Heights-North Detroit|
|Weekday Evening||40||Shelby Township or Sterling Heights-North Detroit|
|Saturday||30-40||3||5:51am||1:28am||Shelby Township or Sterling Heights-North Detroit|
|Sunday||30||3||5:53am||10:01pm||Shelby Township or Sterling Heights-North Detroit|