|Headquarters||2311 Badger Drive|
|Service type||bus service, paratransit|
Waukesha Metro Transit is a public transit agency operating in the city of Waukesha and throughout the Waukesha County and parts of Milwaukee County in Wisconsin. Founded in 1983, the system operates 11 bus routes, contracts another and four commuter routes to Wisconsin Coach Lines and partially funds two more routes of the Milwaukee County Transit System which extend into Waukesha County.
Waukesha is a city in and the county seat of Waukesha County, Wisconsin, United States. It is part of the Milwaukee metropolitan area. Its population was 70,718 at the 2010 census. The city is adjacent to the Town of Waukesha.
Waukesha County is a county in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. As of the 2010 census, the population was 389,891, making it the third-most populous county in Wisconsin. Its county seat is Waukesha.
Milwaukee County is a county in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. As of the 2010 census, the population was 947,735 and was estimated to be 951,448 in 2016. It is the most populous county in Wisconsin and the 45th most populous in the United States. Its county seat is Milwaukee, which is also the most populous city in the state. The county was created in 1834 as part of Michigan Territory and organized the following year.
Waukesha Metro is also one of six transit agencies that are part of the Southeast Wisconsin Transit System.
Southeast Wisconsin Transit System is a marketing partnership of six public transit agencies covering the Greater Milwaukee Area in the United States. These operators provide local or intercounty commuter service in the counties of Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Ozaukee, Waukesha and Washington. The partnership is not exclusive, each agency or company maintains separate marketing departments and advertising programs. The partnership does not include joint or coordinated operations, interline fares or transfers, coordinated grant or funding, or coordinated expense sharing.
|Waukesha Metro Transit|
|1||Waukesha/Brookfield||Downtown Transit Center through Westbrook Shopping Center and Goerkes Corners Transit Station to Brookfield Square|
|2||Arcadian||Downtown Transit Center through Woodman's, and the Westbrook Shopping Center to Target on Kossow Drive|
|3||Hartwell||Downtown Transit Center to Big Bend Road and Sunset Drive|
|4||Grand||Downtown Transit Center to Wal-Mart|
|5||Prairie||Downtown Transit Center to the Shoppes at Fox River|
|6||St. Paul||Downtown Transit Center through the Shoppes at Fox River, Fox Run Shopping Center and Badger Drive to West High|
|7||Madison||Downtown Transit Center through Waukesha Memorial Hospital to Pendleton Place and Comanche Lane|
|8||Summit||Downtown Transit Center to the University of Wisconsin–Waukesha|
|9||Northview||Downtown Transit Center through the Waukesha County Government Center, and limited service through The Ingleside Hotel and GE Healthcare, to WCTC in Pewaukee.|
|15||Racine Avenue||Downtown Transit Center to Meijer|
|16||Airport Rd||Downtown Transit Center to the Easter Seals Training Center/Protect the Planet|
|Waukesha County Express (operated by Wisconsin Coach Lines)|
|901||Waukesha/Milwaukee Express||Terminates at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee|
|904||Oconomowoc/Milwaukee Express||Via Hartland terminating on Wisconsin Ave at Cass St|
|905||Oconomowoc/Milwaukee Express||Via Delafield terminating on Wisconsin Ave at Cass St|
|906||Mukwonago/Milwaukee Express||terminating on West Michigan Ave at North 4th St|
|Milwaukee County Transit System routes in Waukesha County|
|GoldLine||Wisconsin Ave-UWM||Brookfield Square to the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee via Bluemound Road, Wisconsin Avenue, and Prospect/Farwell Avenues.|
|M79||Menomonee Falls Flyer||From Pilgrim Road and Good Hope park and ride lots via Hwy 45 and I-94, to the MCTS Downtown Transit Center|
|Note: These route descriptions are derived from the Metro Transit Guide and timetables.|
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