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By Public Transit

There are numerous mass transit options available for your trip to Miller Park. If you're planning to visit the Milwaukee area for the first time, we have suggestions for area attractions and local information below.

  • Bus

    Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) riders can catch the Brewers Line (Rt. 90) (Miller Park) bus in the Water Street bar/restaurant district downtown, East Town (stops on Kilbourn, Prospect and Wisconsin Avenue) through Westown, Marquette University and stops along Wisconsin Avenue to Miller Park for all home games, starting with the home opener.

    Provided for all Brewers home games, the Brewers Line (Rt. 90) (Miller Park) buses operate every 30 minutes for two hours before game time. For the home opener, Monday April 6th, against the Colorado Rockies, and games with projected heavy attendance, buses will operate more frequently. Return trip bus service leaving Miller Park operates for a half-hour after the end of the game.

    Brewers Line (Rt. 90) (Miller Park) bus stops are located along Wisconsin Avenue from Jackson Street to 38th Street, on Prospect from Wells to Mason, on Kilbourn from Milwaukee to Van Buren and on Water Street from Juneau to State. Look for one of the new Brewers Line Bus Stop decals on the sign and the electronic destination signs that display "BREWERS LINE". Buses drop passengers off at the MCTS transit area on Yount Drive on the north side of Miller Park. On the return trip, buses leave the ball park from the MCTS transit area and serve certain eastbound bus stops which are announced inside the bus. Brewers fans can also ride the Goldline (Wisconsin Ave. - UWM), Rt. 23 (Fond du Lac-National) or the BlueLine (Fond du Lac-National) that stop within walking distance of Miller Park.

    Fares for Routes 23, the Brewers Line (90), the GoldLine and the BlueLine each way are $2.25 in cash for adults, or $1.75 with an M*CARD. Fares for children (ages 6-11), seniors age 65 and older, and persons with disabilities with a valid ID are $1.10 in cash or with an M*CARD. Children under age 6 are free. Milwaukee County residents age 65 and older and persons with disabilities with a GO Pass ride free.

    For more information passengers can call the 24-hour automated BusLine at 414-344-6711 or visit the all-new

  • Area Shuttle Services

    Many local hotels and bars offer area shuttle service to Miller Park. Check with your local establishment. Area shuttle services use the drop-off area near the ticket office/Home Plate gate accessible via Yount Drive - see below for a downloadable Shuttle Map.

    • shuttle map