Janesville to show off new city buses.
Janesville's newest city bus began its journey home this week. It is one of six new buses to be delivered this fall.
MetroForward is Madison mayor’s plan to boost public transit ridership, stay ahead of municipal growing pains.
The plan calls for an investment of more than $200 million for BRT development and facility needs.Read More >>
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway prioritizes Metro Transit, housing in first capital budget.
Rhodes-Conway used a new approach in crafting the budget that ultimately accelerates the implementation of Bus Rapid Transit and more quickly improves and expands Metro Transit facilities. Read More..Read More >>
WIPTA Presents the 2018 Public Service Award to Linda Lovejoy.
Linda Lovejoy was presented with her 2018 WIPTA Public Service Award on May 11th in recognition of her distinguished service while at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transit in the 1990’s and early 2000’s.Read More >>
WIPTA Commends New State Budget Proposal.
WIPTA commends Governor Evers for a budget proposal that recognizes the vital role of public transportation in Wisconsin.Read More >>
La Crosse MTU Hires New Transit Manager.
The City of La Crosse has announced the hiring of Adam Lorentz as its new Transit Manager.Read More >>
Applications Now Being Accepted for the Transit Capital Assistance Grant Program.
The Department of Administration (DOA) has announced it is accepting applications for the Transit Capital Assistance Grant Program to fund the replacement of eligible public transit buses under the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust.Read More >>
Governor Walker Announces $8 Million in Funding to Address Transportation Needs of Wisconsin Workers.
Governor Scott Walker has announced a Commute to Careers program, an $8 million multi-agency initiative that will support efforts statewide to eliminate transportation barriers for workers seeking to advance their careers or enter the workforce.Read More >>
what is wipta?
The Wisconsin Public Transportation Association (WIPTA) provides a strong and cohesive voice for Wisconsin transit. WIPTA members work proactively to improve transit systems across the state by staying connected with legislation and issues that affect WI transportation. WIPTA represents 28 bus systems, 43 shared ride taxi systems, 24 associate and affiliate members, over 2,900 transit operators and $280 million annual expenditures in transit statewide.