Transportation Options

Need a way to get from here to there? At UW-Green Bay you have many green options to get around.

Take the bus

In Green Bay

UW-Green Bay students can use all Green Bay Metro buses for free. Green Bay Metro bus passes are available for pickup with student ID by current UW-Green Bay students at the University Ticketing & Information Center, located in the University Union. To ride for free, show your student ID and your current bus pass when boarding. See the routes and times for the Green Bay Metro here (#7 Lime Line and X College Express service campus). The Green Bay Metro bus stop is located in front of the Cofrin Library at the Circle Entrance. Please note the College Express route only runs from 7:15 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. weekdays.

The convenience of the College Express route and the important connection it provides between Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and UW-Green Bay was highlighted in a recent article from Inside UW-Green Bay News Crossing the bridge on the 'College Express'.

In the region

Check out connections with Greyhound from downtown Green Bay or ride from campus to campus with Lamer’s Campus Connect. Lamer's buses leave from a designated bus stop on campus (the one behind Studio Arts on North Circle Drive).

Bike It

If you own your own bike, many bike racks are available across campus, including a centrally-located covered shelter. Check out some sweet rides and know where to get parts or service by visiting local bike shops.

Once you get your ride on campus, please make sure to register for a Green Bay bike permit. Bike registration can be done for free at the University Ticketing & Information Center (located on the second level of the University Union). Read more at UW-Green Bay's Public Safety website

Bike Share

Campus has many LimeBikes distributed across campus as part of a city-wide bike share program. The bikes are dock-less and rented through the Lime app. Use of the bike costs only $1 per 30 minutes, and students get a discounted rate.