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Summerfest shuttle guide

Getting to the Big Gig doesn't have to be a big grief. There's plenty of parking if you want to drive and sit in traffic. But instead, why not take a shuttle to the Summerfest grounds this year? Here's a guide to a number of options all across the area.

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