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Survey from Wisconsin Departement of Transportation

Passenger Surveys Oct. 5th-11th

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WiSDOT) has asked that all transit systems throughout Wisconsin have passengers fill out a survey the week of Oct. 5-11th  to identify the social and economic benefits of public transportation services to particular economic sectors in the State of Wisconsin.

This anonymous survey is being delivered to public transportation passengers statewide and will be used to better understand how people use transit and what people would do if transit was not available.

Please fill out the online survey

Or fill out a survey and put in the box on the bus when you ride Oct. 5-11th.  If you do not have time to complete on the bus, you can also mail the completed survey to the address below:

WisDOT Transit Survey, P.O. Box 7913, Madison WI 53707-7913

A QR code is also available on the back of the survey to take it on your smartphone.  

The surveys will provide valuable information to WisDOT and we encourage everyone to complete a survey.     Please note, you should only complete one survey for the week.  

Thank you for helping with this project!



Paper Waukesha Metro Tickets


As a reminder to all Waukesha Metro Transit passengers who still have Full, Student, Elderly/Disabled or Metrolift paper tickets in their possession; the drivers will not accept paper tickets as payment to ride the bus UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

Passengers who wish to exchange their remaining paper tickets for current fare media (Ride Cards) can do so only at the Downtown Transit Center located at 212 E. St. Paul Ave. The days and hours of the week for exchanging tickets for current fare media (Ride Cards) are as follows:


Monday-Friday: 8:00AM- 4:30PM

Saturday: CLOSED

Sunday: CLOSED

  How to Use New Farebox Guide

Utilizando nuestras nuevas cajas de cobro


WisDOT System Management 2011 Performance Review

Waukesha Metro 2013-2017 Development Plan Prepared by SEWRPC