Milwaukee is the envy of other cities due to the ease and affordability of getting in and around downtown. You’ll spend less time in traffic and more time doing what you came here for. Parking is abundant, affordable and easy. Other transit options are available and Milwaukee is banking its future on new transit modes in the future. Stay tuned!
A comprehensive transit strategy that connects workers to jobs, helps the environment, and improves citywide accessibility is essential to the health and vitality of every urban community.
View the plans for the initial phase of the Milwaukee Streetcar, which will connect residents, employees and visitors to the Intermodal Station, jobs and attractions at http://www.milwaukeestreetcar.com
Milwaukee’s New Intermodal Station
Completed in 2007 at a cost of $15.8 million, the Intermodal Station serves passengers using Amtrak and Greyhound Bus.
Alternative Modes of Transportation
Many studies show that the cost of owning a car (payments, insurance, maintenance, gas, parking, etc.) is between $4,000-6,000/year. To save money -- and the environment -- check out these transportation alternatives:
Milwaukee County Bus System
FREE Downtown Trolley
Milwaukee by Bike
Looking for parking in Downtown Milwaukee? Visit: http://www.parkmilwaukee.com/
The Department of Public Works prepares maps of the capacity and occupancy of on and off-street parking in the downtown area:
Downtown Parking Capacity Map
Downtown Parking Occupancy Map