Let’s Go Brewers (Line)!
MCTS Begins Service On Opening Day
Beginning on Opening Day, and for every home game this season, the MCTS Brewers Line is the easiest way to get to Miller Park to cheer on the Brewers.
Catch the Brewers Line (Route 90 – Miller Park) along Wisconsin Avenue and travel directly to the MCTS transit area at Miller Park starting with the season home opener on April 4th. The Brewers Line is a safe, easy, convenient and cost effective way to get to a Brewers game. Fans can leave the traffic and parking hassles at home by simply hopping on board at any of the 21 stops along Wisconsin Avenue, and head straight to the park.
Fares each way for the Brewers Line are $2.25 for adults paying cash or only $1.75 if you use your M•CARD, children aged 6-11 and seniors 65 and older pay only $1.10. Riders with the Commuter Value Pass, U-PASS, GO Pass, New Freedom Pass or an M•CARD with an active 1-, 7- or 31-Day Pass ride for free.
The Brewers Line buses operate approximately every 30 minutes for two hours before game time (except on opening day and Marquee games when buses operate more frequently). Return trip bus service leaving Miller Park operates for one half-hour after the end of the game.
Brewers Line bus stops are located at the Downtown Transit Center and along Wisconsin Avenue from Jackson Street to 38th Street. Look for electronic destination signs on the bus that display “Let’s Go Brewers!” Buses drop passengers off at the MCTS transit area on Yount Drive on the north side of Miller Park. On the return trip, buses leave the ballpark from the MCTS transit area and serve all eastbound bus stops.
Brewers fans can also ride the GoldLine (Wisconsin – UWM), Route 23 (Fond du Lac-National) or the BlueLine (Fond du Lac-National), all which offer stops within walking distance of Miller Park.
For more information, visit RideMCTS.com or call the 24-hour automated bus information line at 414-344-6711.
Press Releases by Milwaukee County Transit System
Every bus in the MCTS fleet will have a seat reserved in honor of Rosa Parks.
Passengers should expect service delays, especially through the city of Milwaukee.
“I was treated with the utmost respect, and really enjoyed riding the city bus,” said national travel writer John Morris.
The Transit Center property was sold by Milwaukee County to developer Rick Barrett who is redeveloping the land into The Couture project.
The sale and demolition of the Downtown Transit Center means changes for several MCTS routes that run through Downtown Milwaukee.