Commuters in Green Bay are going to see fewer public transit buses on the roads.
Starting last week, Green Bay Metro cut the number of times buses will run on route 6, which includes stops at the ADRC, Festivals Foods, and the Courthouse, and route 7, which stops at the V.A. Clinic and the UW-Green Bay library.
Buses will only run those routes once an hour as opposed to the two they were running.
The reason for the cuts is a driver shortage.
Green Bay Metro has stated that these changes are temporary as they look for other ways to address the issue.
For more information on routes, and the bus schedule, you can use the Green Bay Metro Bus Tracker app on your phone.