The Macon Transit Authority is the primary provider of mass transportation in Macon-Bibb County, Georgia. Ten City Bus routes serve the area, and one bus line serving suburban Warner Robins just south of the city, with most operating from Monday through Saturday. Like most Major Cities, the MTA uses various forms of Transit Advertising including Bus Shelters, Bus Benches, and City Bus Advertising throughout the City and County. Bus service has been prevalent in the city, since streetcar lines were removed in 1938. The private Bibb Transit Company controlled public transit in the city until their 1973 purchase by the county government.