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MILWAUKEE COUNTY AGING
Aging Resource Center (ARC) of Milwaukee
County
1220 W. Vliet Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
General #: 414 289-6874
Fax #: 414 289-5730
Toll Free #: 866 229-9695
TTY/ TDD/ Relay#: 414-289-8591 or 711
Email: aging_webinfo@milwaukeecounty.com
Web Site: www.milwaukee.gov/aging
MILWAUKEE COUNTY DISABILITIES
Disability Resource Center (DRC) of Milwaukee
County
1220 W. Vilet Street, Suite 300
Milwaukee WI 53205
General #: 414-289-6660
Fax #: 414-289-8522
Email: InfoMilwDRC@milwcnty.com
Web Site: http://www.county.milwaukee.gov
/DSD.htm
Milwaukee County Transit Services:
Milwaukee County Transit Phone - 414-344-6711
1942 N. 17thStreet Web Site - RideMCTS.COM
Milwaukee, WI
M-Cards is a high tech, affordable and reusable way to pay for bus service. There’s a onetime $2.00
activation fee. You can reload it with 1-, 7- or a 31-day pass.
Adult fares (age 12 or older)
Cash $2.25
Weekly pass $19.50 (Unlimited riding 5am Sunday thru 5am Sunday)
Monthly passes $72.00
Reduced Fare
Cash $1.75 but must be accompanied by your M-Card.
Transfers last 90 min.
Senior Citizen, Medicare Card Holder and Disabled Person Fare
To receive reduced fares, persons 65 years of age or older or persons with disabilities must present a
Milwaukee County Transit System photo I.D. or valid Medicare card. Please note that a valid Medicare
Card provides sufficient identification for a reduced fare. To have an application for a Go Pass card
mailed to you, call 414-343-1700, Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. You may also
pick up an application in the Transit Plus office of MCTS.
Transit Plus 414-343-1700
1942 N. 17th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
 Go Pass is a program offered for Milwaukee County Residents whose needs can be met through
one of the many types of transportation services offered in Milwaukee County. For more
information, please call the number above.
 Transit Plus is a transportation service for individuals with a disabling illness or condition that
prevents them from using Milwaukee County Transit System buses. Rides on Transit Plus cost
$3.50 each way (Note: tickets must be purchased in books of ten at a cost of $35.00 per book).
Milwaukee County
Alternative Transportation
Rides must be requested not less than one day before and not more than two weeks in advance
of the date of the ride. Who Is Eligible:
 A person with a disability who cannot independently board, ride or get off a bus.
 A person whose disability-related condition or environmental barrier makes it impossible to
independently travel to or from a fixed route bus stop
 Reduce Fares are offered to eligible non Milwaukee County Residents whom wish to use the
Milwaukee County public transportation services. To see if eligible call the number above.
Interfaith 414-291-7500
Neighborhood Outreach Service
The Interfaith Neighborhood Outreach Program helps older adults (50+) remain independent in their
own homes. Some services provided include: Transportation to/from doctor appointments, grocery
stores, pharmacy; etc. and shopping services for older adults. There are no income guidelines. Each
site serves older adults within their specific neighborhood boundaries. To find the office nearest you,
please contact the Neighborhood Outreach staff at Interfaith Central Office at (414) 291-7500. There is
no cost for these services.
Transit Express 414- 562-7433 ext 237
1525 N. 4th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
Register with the Department on Aging (414-289-6874). Medical rides $3 each way.
AARP 888-687-2277- Members only
Elder Care Locator 800-677-1116
Bureau on Aging and Long Term Care 608-266-2536
Veterans Administration 800-827-1000 or via internet at WWW.VA.GOV
While thinking about resources for
Alternative Transportation
consider talking with your family
members, friends and with
volunteer groups at your place of
worship.
For Questions regarding medical status and
driving restrictions you may contact
Driver Medical Services 608-266-2327
http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/drivers/
medical/index.htm
Revised 03/01/2017 HE1R
For Additional Information Call
211
Or Visit
www.211wisconsin.org

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