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Jun 18 — Jun 251
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Tue 6/18

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2h 56m
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3h 25m

Green Bay bus information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and bus companies that offer buses to Green Bay.

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De Pere Park & Ride Lot

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The cheapest one-way bus ticket from Milwaukee starts at $31. This price was found within the last 3 days.
The most commonly used station in Green Bay is De Pere Park & Ride Lot.
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Location of major bus stations in Green Bay
Green Bay De Pere Park & Ride LotGreen Bay, 44.451366, -88.088425

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Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way bus tickets to Green Bay we’ve found in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find bus tickets by date.
Jun 19
10:04 amMilwaukee Intermodal
2h 56m
1:00 pmDe Pere Park & Ride Lot
Jun 19
6:30 pmMilwaukee-Mitchell
3h 25m
9:55 pmDe Pere Park & Ride Lot

FAQs for booking bus tickets to Green Bay

What amenities are offered on buses from Green Bay?

The main companies that provide bus service to Green Bay are Greyhound, Jefferson Lines, Indian Trails, and Lamers. Generally speaking, all the buses provide the same scope of amenities. This includes free Wi-Fi, nearby power outlets to charge your devices, and climate control (both AC and heat). Passengers sit in comfortable leather seats that recline and have a footrest. The seats are two to each side, ensuring that all passengers either get a window seat or an aisle seat. Each bus is equipped with an onboard restroom that’s typically in the back. That being said, most long-distance buses allow for multiple bathroom and stretching breaks. For passengers with mobility issues, there are accessible seats up front that are wide enough for most wheelchairs. If you need assistance boarding or getting off the bus, there is a wheelchair lift to allow easier access. Other reasonable requests can also be provided by bus staff.

How do I get to the bus station in Green Bay?

The main Green Bay bus station is known as the Green Bay Metro Transportation Center. If you’re staying at a hotel in downtown Green Bay, the bus station is located in the downtown district as well, so there’s a good chance that it’s within walking distance. However, if you’re a bit further away, most of the local Metro buses stop by the Green Bay Transportation Center during their fixed routes. Although we recommend consulting with a bus map for more specific directions, in general, bus #7 goes to the northeast, bus #6 to the west, bus #11 to the south, and bus #2 to the north. Taxis and ride-sharing services are also available to bring you to the station. If you’re driving north along I-43, it will lead into the city, as will WI-57 if you’re driving south. If you’re driving along I-41, take WI-172N and you’ll pass by the bus station.

What are the benefits of taking a bus from Green Bay?

Traveling by bus from Green Bay has some important benefits over traveling by car or plane. In terms of price, bus tickets are generally more budget-friendly than plane tickets or driving costs. Alongside cheap bus tickets, being a bus passenger is more relaxing than being a car driver as you can recline and dig into some on-board entertainment options, such as reading, watching videos, or just letting your mind wander a bit. Although it’s possible to admire scenery in a car, it’s far easier and safer to do so by looking out the windows of a bus. When compared to plane travel, bus travel reduces the risk of losing luggage because you can double-check that staff place it beneath the bus. On top of that, bus stations are usually located in downtown areas, whereas airports are usually further away because they require more open space.

What luggage can I bring on a bus from Green Bay?

Long-distance bus tickets from Green Bay are either for Greyhound, Jefferson Lines, Indian Trails, or Lamers. In general, they have similar luggage policies. However, Greyhound allows a total of four bags, Jefferson Lines and Indian Trails allow three bags, and Lamers allows two bags. Other than that, both the carry-on bag and the first stored bag are free. The others have an extra bag fee. Backpacks, duffel bags, toolboxes, trunks, suitcases, and securely tied card boxes are all acceptable. Plastic bags, paper bags, or bags with protruding items are not. There’s no extra charge for car seats and strollers. Bikes, skis, golf clubs, fragile material, and other specialty items should be securely wrapped (bubble-wrap or styrofoam are recommended). Items allowed on-board include food and drinks, medications, special needs devices, and accessories. Items not allowed include guns, alcohol, explosives, dangerous chemicals, martial arts items, and hoverboards. Tools, sporting goods, and some sharp objects are to be stored underneath the bus.

What do I need before boarding a bus from Green Bay?

Before boarding a bus from Green Bay, make you bring along your government-issued ID. Alternative IDs like college IDs won’t be accepted by the ticket agents. If you need further assistance with IDs and purchasing bus tickets, it’s best to contact the bus companies directly. Bus tickets can be purchased at the station or online. Either way, you can check bus prices before making a purchase. The benefit of e-tickets is that they download directly to your smartphone and don’t require printing. Children between the ages of 12 and 16 can travel with someone who is 17 years or older. If they’re traveling alone, an Unaccompanied Child Form must be filled out prior to boarding. In either case, a full adult fare will be charged. Anyone who is 17 years or older can travel unrestricted.

How much is a bus ticket to Green Bay Austin-Straubel?

Users have found that prices vary from their starting point. If you’re catching a bus from Milwaukee for instance, prices usually start from around $200, while leaving from St. Louis, a low price would be $242.

What is the main bus station in Green Bay Austin-Straubel?

Most people in Green Bay Austin-Straubel will arrive at De Pere Park & Ride Lot, one of the most accessible stations in the area. Two common major cities you can get to by bus from De Pere Park & Ride Lot are Milwaukee, and St. Louis.

What bus companies go to Green Bay Austin-Straubel?

Most users on momondo will check prices for Amtrak for their ride to Green Bay Austin-Straubel. More options may be available to you, so use our search form to find all available options from your city to Green Bay Austin-Straubel.

How far in advance should I book a bus to Green Bay Austin-Straubel?

Our users have found bus tickets to Green Bay Austin-Straubel for $31 on average this week. Overall, prices are generally stable for the next 3 months or so. As seats fill up quickly, we recommend booking when you can so your trip is secured.

Popular bus routes to Green Bay

Most frequently searched bus routes to Green Bay, along with the cheapest price and shortest travel time.
Buses to Green Bay from Milwaukee
Fastest travel time2h 20m
Cheapest price$200

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