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Riding the Bus
Learn about adult fares, student fares, reduced fares, and others.
Transit Commission will be taking action on 11/17/21 on the proposed LIFT program. This is a low income trip program. It’s a self-certified low income program that will allow eligible riders up to four day passes per month. This program is proposed to be implemented January 2, 2022 with the discontinuation of Green Saturday. Riders will have the ability to use one day pass per week, on the day of their choice. Riders will not be limited to just Saturday as they were under the Green Saturday program. Available passes will be on a first come, first served basis. Initially the program will offer 500 day passes per month. Full fare and reduced fare riders are eligible to apply for the program.
Reduced Fare Program
Green Bay Metro’s reduced fare program is for individuals who are age 65 and older, Medicare recipients and individuals with qualifying disabilities.
How to Ride the Bus
Most full-service routes depart Metro Transportation Center, travel their assigned routes as the bold lines indicate on the maps, and return to the Transportation Center.
Transit Route Guide
A free Green Bay Metro Route Guide can be picked up at Metro’s Transportation Center.
Learning the bus system is a simple and enjoyable experience with the help of Travel Training.
This interactive feature can show you where your bus is. The key code is helpful in telling you what symbols on the map mean.
Bike Racks on Buses
Green Bay Metro invites you to take your bike for a ride with us.
Green Bay Metro is committed to providing a public transportation system that can be used by all of our customers.
Safe Stop Program
Your safety is important to us. Green Bay Metro wants you to be able to reach your destination safely.
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