Scooters are back in Milwaukee! Residents and visitors can choose from Lime, Spin, or Veo scooters. Scooters can be ridden anywhere in the city, including downtown and the Third Ward. Learn more about the program: milwaukee.gov/scooters
If you are having an issue with a scooter, use the company's app to report it, or find contact info at milwaukee.gov/scooteroperators.
The Hop streetcar connects some of Milwaukee’s most popular neighborhoods and attractions on its 2-mile route, starting at the Milwaukee Intermodal Station and looping through downtown. To get real-time updates on Hop vehicles, click here for the Hop app. Best of all, rides on The Hop are free to all!
The Lake Express Ferry is a state-of-the-art auto/passenger ferry linking Milwaukee with Muskegon, Michigan. The 2-hour trip offers passengers a faster and more direct route than driving south around Lake Michigan through the Chicago area.
Milwaukee has several private transportation options that can accommodate groups both large and small. AccuTrans Group, Badger Coaches, Callaway Transportation, Captain Morgan’s Transportation, Coach USA Milwaukee/Wisconsin Coach Lines, DD Quality Transportation, Lamers Bus Lines, Lamers Tour & Travel, Luxury SUV Rides, Milwaukee Food & City Tours, National Charter Bus, and SS MKE Tours are great options should you need a private bus rental while you explore the city.
Uber and Lyft both operate in Milwaukee. Use code VISITMKE ( or visit www.lyft.com/i/visitmke) for $10 off two rides from Lyft.
Wisconsin State Fair Park is the only RV park in metro Milwaukee and is conveniently located just off I-94. Take advantage of proximity to top attractions and a variety of on-site amenities.
All Milwaukee city buses are wheelchair-accessible via a ramp at the front of the bus. Other accessible rides can be arranged through local non-emergency transportation companies. The Amtrak train between Milwaukee and Chicago is also wheelchair accessible. Find accessibility resources in Milwaukee here.