GBAPS & Metro City Bus Partnership
GBAPS & Metro City Bus Partnership
Posted on 05/23/2017
Stop, Step & Roll Bus LogoThe Green Bay Area Public School District and the City of Green Bay are pleased to announce that starting July 1, 2017, all District students will be able to ride city buses for free. On May 15, the Board of Education approved a contract with the City that greatly increases student access to transportation.

The contract will enable the District to provide transportation for more students to and from school using city buses. In addition, all students may ride the bus for any reason for free, such as to go to work, visit the public library, or access programming at other District schools. Finally, teachers will have the opportunity to expand classroom learning by using the metro buses for field trips within the city. 

To ride the bus, secondary students will be required to show their student ID. Elementary students will be allowed to ride without identification; however, students age seven (7) and under must be accompanied by an older sibling or adult. Students are able to ride the metro buses whenever they are in operation. Learn more about how it works, planning your trip, rules when riding the bus, and more

On August 24, the Metro Transit and Green Bay Area Public Schools will be hosting a meeting at the Green Bay Transportation Center - Commission Room, 901 University Avenue, from 5-6 p.m. During this meeting, parents will learn how to use the Metro Trip Planner to help their students determine the best bus routes to get them to their destinations. 
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