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Bucks offer transportation to all home games


The Milwaukee Bucks are now offering a transportation service to all home games at the BMO Harris Bradley Center during the 2012-13 NBA season with a special Bucks "Green Express."

Fare is $6 round trip for adults, and $5 for youth under 14 and seniors 55 years of age and older.

Bucks fans can take the convenient shuttle from the Brown Deer East-Ride Lot at Brown Deer Road and I-43, and the North Shore Park-Ride Lot at Port Washington Road and Silver Spring Drive opposite Bay Shore Mall, directly to the BMO Harris Bradley Center's Potawatomi Gate in the northeast corner of the arena.

The Bucks Green Express leaves the Brown Deer East Lot 45 minutes prior to game time and the North Shore Lot 30 minutes prior to each game. Passengers arrive at the BMO Harris Bradley Center approximately 15 minutes before game time. The Express departs 10 minutes after the game ends from outside the Potawatomi Gate.

Fans can also travel to Bucks games from all over Milwaukee County on Milwaukee County Transit local bus Route 80 (6th Street) or 33 (Vliet Street), which stop adjacent to the BMO Harris Bradley Center, or the Route 19 (Martin Luther King Dr./S. 13th St. and S. 20th St.), which stops one block east on Old World 3rd Street.

Fans can also take Route 10 (Humboldt-Wisconsin), 12 (Teutonia-Hampton), 14 (Forest Home), 23 (Fond du Lac-National), 30 (Sherman-Wisconsin), and 31 (State-Highland), which stop on Wisconsin Avenue, within three blocks of the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

For details on the Bucks Green Express, log on to Bucks.com. For Milwaukee County Transit information, call (414) 344-6711 or visit ridemcts.com. Express touch information is available 24 hours a day.


Talkbacks

Photodavie | Nov. 21, 2012 at 10:07 a.m. (report)

REALLY?!!?! A shuttle to the Bucks games? THAT is why the Bucks thought no one was coming to the games? I bet that will increase attendance by a whole 20 people /game. I really wish Herb would wake up from his afternoon nap and sell the team already. Marquette draws a higher attendance at the Bradley center. That is pathetic.

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