Green Bay Metro has adjusted the route of the No. 7 (Lime Line) bus so that it will arrive a little earlier at the Circle Entrance in front of the UW-Green Bay Cofrin Library. Effective today, during workday hours, buses will now pull up to their first campus stop at about 10 and 40 minutes […]
Those in possession of UW-Green Bay ID cards can still ride for free and board any city bus with a swipe of their card, thanks to the ongoing U-Pass deal. Those riding Green Bay Metro on Wednesday (Jan. 2), however, witnessed something new with a move to simplify ridership via the launch of an unlimited […]
It’s nothing fancy, but it does the job: A couple of seating benches, a roof over your head, a break from the winter winds and a-free-with-your-campus-ID means of transportation. UW-Green Bay students who ride Green Bay Metro were recently pleased to see the installation of a new city bus shelter on North Circle Drive at […]
We brought you the news last month of the freshly inked U-Pass deal between UW-Green Bay and Green Bay Metro. The national transit publication Metro Magazine recently picked up the story, highlighting the new deal that more directly ties chargeback rates to rides taken. Check out the story.
We brought you the news earlier this week that UW-Green Bay and Green Bay Metro have signed a revised U-Pass agreement for 2011-12. The Green Bay Press-Gazette has followed the recent changes Metro has made, including the new U-Pass agreement that lets anyone with a University ID ride the bus at no out-of-pocket cost. Under […]
UW-Green Bay and Green Bay Metro have signed a revised U-Pass agreement that more directly ties the cost of service to the number of rides taken. Under the old system, Metro received an annual $35,000 lump-sum payment — underwritten by student fees and parking fees — in exchange for unlimited bus rides for students, faculty […]
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and Green Bay Metro recently signed a revised busing agreement that will continue their mutually beneficial partnership while more directly tying the cost of service to the number of rides taken.
UW-Green Bay and the city of Green Bay have renewed an agreement that lets members of the campus community ride city buses at no extra cost with a valid University ID card.