Detours & Service Changes

COVID-19 Update

Per the order of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) all passengers 2 years and older riding a Waukesha Metro bus must wear a face mask (or covering) while on the bus or inside the Transit Center. The face mask (or covering) should cover the passenger’s mouth and nose. Passengers with a disability that prevents them from wearing a face covering are not required to wear a mask. This mask order replaces the previous State mask order and lowers the age of required mask wearing to 2 years old. Free face masks are available at the Transit Center office from 8 am to 5 pm Monday – Friday. Face masks are also available on the bus as well.

Waukesha County Commuter Service Trip Suspensions

Due to the anticipated increase in demand for commuter service this Fall, effective Monday, August 30th, trips E3, E4, W9 and OW4 will resume and Trip OE5 will resume service to downtown Oconomowoc.  Trips  E7, W2, W3, W4, W6, W10, OE3 and OE6 will remain suspended.   Below is the new schedules for Routes 901, 904 and 905 effective 8/30/21

NEW Rt. 901 Schedule Effective 8/30/21     NEW Rt.904/905 Schedule Effective 8/30/21

Current Service

Routes 901 and 905 have the following trips suspended from service until further notice:
E3, E4, E7, W2, W3, W4, W6, W9, W10, OE3, OE6 and OW4

In addition trip OE5 starts at the Nagawaukee Park and Ride at Hwy 83 and I-94 and trips E5 and OE4 now operate to the UW-Milwaukee Campus.

There are no changes the Route 904.

Current ridership levels have remained extremely low and suspension of selected trips is necessary. Waukesha County Transit will continue to monitor ridership and demand for service and make further adjustments as needed. Given the fluid nature of the COVID pandemic, the timing of restoring suspended trips is unknown.

Below are the new Temporary Schedules for Route 901 and 904/905 Effective August 17th


Service Changes
There are no service changes at this time.