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Hop On the Bus

...and save more than your money.

Taking the bus in Green Bay is free for current UW-Green Bay students—and reduces your carbon footprint too! Pick up your Green Bay Metro bus pass (valid for the semester) in the University Union at the University Ticketing and Information Center. You can also use your pass for the GBM On-Demand rideshare service in the evenings or to get to the airport!

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Green Bay Metro bus pulling up to the campus bus stop
Young woman on a bike

Going Places,

Explore your options.

The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions estimates taking public transportation for a 20-mile round trip commute can save a single driver $9,700+ annually. Bus schedule doesn't work for you? Try carpooling, or consider biking and you can improve your health while saving gas emissions. There's a local organization excited to help get your feet on the pedals!

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Neil Wechsler, UW-Green Bay graduate, Founder of Montlake Bicycle

Make Your

"I don’t think there is any way we can effectively address the climate crisis without making some significant compromises. Fortunately there is one 'compromise' we can make which, for most people, will make our lives more fulfilling and healthier: riding a bike instead of driving, whenever the distances allow it."

Neil Wechsler '74
Founder, Montlake Bicycle Shop

Daniela Beall

Get On Board

Reduce your carbon footprint, transportation costs and stress levels by leaving that car at home. Want help getting started? Our Sustainability Coordinator, Daniela Beall, can point you in the right direction.

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