Green Bay Transit Commission introduces fare reduction for remainder of 2023
By Press Times staff
GREEN BAY – The Green Bay Transit Commission announced a temporary fare reduction for the remainder of 2023 during a press conference held March 22.
“Over the past three years many safety precautions have been put in place, expanded service hours, increased frequency and implemented an additional mode of transportation, GBM On Demand. Many additions are also set for 2023: new customer interface and digital bus stop signs, which will include audio announcements for the disabled,” a city of Green Bay release stated.
The Green Bay Transit Commission is using Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) funding for the “Ride Green Bay Metro” promotion, designed to increase ridership.
Started April 1, full 30-day passes are $19; reduced 30-day passes are $9; and basic one-way paratransit fees are $2.
In addition, week-day (Monday – Friday) service is extended. Fixed Route service will begin at 5:15 a.m. and Green Bay Metro On Demand zones will operate until 11:30 p.m.
For more information, visit https://greenbaywi.gov/231/Metro-Transit.