Regional Bus Lines
Delve into the captivating history of Regional Bus Lines, a vital element of regional transportation networks. Trace its inception, expansion, and contributions to connecting communities across the region. Explore the legacy of Regional Bus Lines and its enduring commitment to facilitating seamless regional transit.
A gasoline motorbus from the Boulevard Transportation Company is headed for Racine in 1925. New bus companies were formed to carry passengers on the new state and federal highways that were being built in the 1920’s.
Today’s passengers on the Milwaukee-Racine-Kenosha route along Highway 32 ride the Coach USA bus operating between the Metra train station in Kenosha and the Amtrak station in Milwaukee. The Coach USA bus makes connections with all local RYDE Racine buses. The clean, comfortable motor coach bus pauses for connecting passengers at the Racine Transit Center on State Street in July 2019. Keith M. Kohlmann photo.