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Ride To The Fun! MCTS Has Four Regular Bus Routes That Serve State Fair Park

Any festivalgoers or employees heading to and from State Fair Park can ride MCTS’s network of every-day bus routes, including four routes that have stops near the grounds!
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MCTS Celebrates 31st Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Monday, July 26, 2021 marks the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which works to ensure all people with disabilities have the same rights and opportunities as everyone else. 
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MCTS Announces Detours Related to NBA Championship Parade

Multiple bus routes (14, 15, 19, 30, 33, 57, GoldLine, GreenLine) will be detoured from their regular routes on Thursday, July 22nd because of street closures related to the Bucks’ NBA Championship Parade.
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MCTS Celebrates Bucks' NBA Championship Win with Special Message on Buses

The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) is helping celebrate the Milwaukee Bucks’ victory over the Phoenix Suns by displaying a special message on every bus in its fleet.
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MCTS Announces Temporary Detours Due to Street Closures During NBA Finals

Multiple bus routes in downtown Milwaukee will be detoured on Tuesday, July 20 and early Wednesday, July 21 due to street closures related to the NBA Finals.
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MCTS to Lift Passenger Capacity Limit Starting July 1

MCTS will lift its passenger capacity limit starting Thursday, July 1, 2021.
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Skip the Driving/Parking, Ride MCTS to Fiserv Forum and Deer District

Whether you have tickets to a Milwaukee Bucks game inside Fiserv Forum or you’ll be watching from outside on the Deer District plaza, skip the driving/parking and ride MCTS instead!
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Reminder: Masks Still Required on All Public Transportation, Regardless of Vaccination Status

MCTS is reminding passengers that face masks are still required on board all buses in the United States, regardless of one's vaccination status.
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MCTS Special Service to Summer Events Suspended in 2021 Due to Bus Driver Shortage

MCTS will not be able to offer special summer service to Summerfest, the Wisconsin State Fair, or lakefront cultural festivals this year due to a shortage of bus drivers.
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MCTS Hosts Groundbreaking Ceremony to Kick Off East-West Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Construction

Local, State, and Federal officials gathered in Milwaukee on June 10 for a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off construction on MCTS’s East-West Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.
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MCTS, Community Partners Announce Pride Month 2021 Celebrations

MCTS and other local partners gathered for an event on June 1 to help kick off Pride Month and unveil some of the exciting ways the community is coming together to celebrate.
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MCTS Mourns Loss of Bus Operator Augie Biami

We are devastated to share the news that a member of our Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) family passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, May 25, 2021.
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New Air Filtration Treatment Helping Stop Airborne Spread of Viruses

Maintenance crews at the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) are using an innovative, new air filtration product on buses to help prevent the airborne spread of viruses — including the one that causes COVID-19.
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MCTS Hosting Virtual Job Fair to Hire Bus Drivers & Mechanics

Anyone interested in exploring a rewarding and family-sustaining career as a MCTS bus driver or mechanic is invited to attend a virtual job fair on Tuesday, May 25 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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Second Phase of ‘MCTS NEXT’ System Redesign Takes Effect June 6th

MCTS is reminding passengers that the second phase of its MCTS NEXT system redesign takes effect June 6, 2021 with improvements, additions, and adjustments to Routes 11, 12, 14, 21, 34, 53, 57, 58, 80, 88, and PurpleLine.
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MCTS Donates Bicycles to DreamBikes

MCTS recently donated more than 20 bicycles to DreamBikes, a non-profit organization that refurbishes used bicycles and returns them to the community.
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Please Take Our Spring 2021 Customer Satisfaction Survey

Now is your chance to give us feedback on how we're doing. Please fill out our Spring 2021 Customer Satisfaction Survey!
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MCTS to Increase Capacity Limit Starting April 12

MCTS will increase its capacity limit from 15 to 20 passengers per bus starting April 12, 2021 — while still requiring the use of masks and encouraging best health practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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Robotics Team Rebuilds MCTS Farebox to Help Teach Kids Who Are Visually-Impaired

A robotics team at Pewaukee High School rebuilt a damaged MCTS farebox to help teach kids who are blind or low vision how to ride the bus.
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MCTS Announces Manufacturer of Battery-Electric Buses

MCTS announced that it has awarded a contract to the vendor who will build Milwaukee County’s first battery-electric buses.
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