MCTS hosts open house to show off new network of bus routes that could be coming in the future
Posted: Dec 6, 2018 9:10 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Taking the bus might soon get you to places faster.
The Milwaukee County Transit System hosted an open house at the Brady Street Firehouse.
They showed off a new network of bus routes that could be coming in the future.
The goal is to provide faster service with more connections and increased accessibility.
"We're looking at all aspects of the bus system in Milwaukee County, so we're trying to figure out how we can improve it for everyday riders and to get more people to ride the bus," said Matt Sliker with MCTS.
If you missed the open house but want to see the possible route changes, click here.