Milwaukee County Transit System
Press Release

Miller Lite Free Rides Begin at 8pm

Skip the Surge Pricing and Get Home Safely

By - Dec 31st, 2017 09:14 am
Happy New Year

Happy New Year

MILWAUKEE –  People across Milwaukee County once again have a safe and FREE way to ring in the new year! For the 30th year in a row MCTS is teaming up with Miller Lite to offer free rides on all MCTS routes beginning at 8pm tonight. MCTS is also extending service on some of its most popular routes (GoldLine, GreenLine, BlueLine, 14, 15, 19, 21, 27, 30/30X) until 4am tomorrow.

Last years free rides program provided 10,000 safe and free rides to people across Milwaukee County.

“We’re pleased to celebrate 30 years of partnering with Miller Lite to help our community ring in the New Year responsibly,” said Chris Abele, Milwaukee County Executive. “With 60 routes and 5,500 stops MCTS is the perfect designated driver to get you to and from home safely.”

To plan your trip visit or download the Ride MCTS app in the Apple App Store.

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