Greyhound has officially shut down service in Northeast Wisconsin.
The bus company terminated their daily round trip between Green Bay and Milwaukee, with Tuesday being its last day. The trip had left Milwaukee each morning at 11:20 for Green Bay, before leaving Green Bay at 3:20 p.m. for Milwaukee. It also made stops in other Wisconsin cities.
Green Bay Transit Director Patty Kiewiz told Local 5 that Greyhound stopped the daily trip because it had not been profitable for them. However, three other transit companies – Lamers, Indian Trails, and Jefferson Lines – will continue to do Green Bay-Milwaukee round trips at different times of day.
Customers can still use Greyhound’s website to book transit from other bus services in Northeast Wisconsin.