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Accessible and affordable transportation services assure that people with disabilities can fully participate in the life of our communities. We hope that the following information will assist you in meeting your transportation needs.


Milwaukee County Transit System

operates all it's routes with fully accessible low floor buses. Riders with disabilities are invited to apply for a reduced fare program that saves money and promotes great transportation independence. Phone: 414-343-1700 (voice) or 414-343-1704 (TTY) or visit their website at


Transit Plus

Transit Plus provides transportation services to people who are unable to use Milwaukee County buses and are found eligible for paratransit services. To become eligible for Transit Plus applicants must provide medical documentation and schedule an in-person assessment at their facilities located at 1942 N. 17th Street. If you are in need of a ride to your Transit Plus appointment, please let the Transit Plus receptionist know when you call for your appointment. For more information phone: 414-343-1700 (voice), 414-343-1704 (TTY) or visit the Transit Plus website.


American United Taxi

First Transit

Transit Express


Milwaukee County Department on Aging

The Milwaukee County Department on Aging offers transportation services to medical appointments, group shopping trips, and rides to some meal sites for people 60 years and older. Phone: 414-289-6874 (voice) or visit their website here.


Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles

The Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles provides disabled plates and parking placards for people with disabilities. Phone: 414-266-1000 (voice), 800-947-3529 (TTY) or visit the Wisconsin DOT website.


The Office for Persons with Disabilities Ombudsman Service is available to assist you with your transportation-related inquiries or problems. Phone: 414-278-3933 (voice) or 711 (TRS)



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