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The North-South Transit Enhancement Project – CONNECT 2!


Public input is a critical aspect of the environmental review and design process, and the project team is working to shape the project with feedback from riders, residents and businesses served by this investment.

Join Milwaukee County and MCTS to learn about plans for the
North-South Transit Enhancement project (CONNECT 2), which is bringing CONNECT bus rapid transit (BRT) to 27th Street. This meeting is a chance to provide input on project elements, such as bus-only lanes, station locations and more.

South Open House

•    Tuesday, February 27, 2024
•    4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
•    Wilson Senior Center, 2
601 W Howard Ave, Milwaukee, WI
•    Open-house style;
 stop by anytime.
•    Take the PurpleLine to 27th & Howard or parking is available.

Virtual Meeting

•    Wednesday, February 28, 2024
•    12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
•    Zoom: Use this link to join the Zoom meeting.
•    Live presentation,
followed by questions and answers.

North Open House

•    Thursday, February 29, 2024
•    3:00 PM to 6:00 PM

•    Century City Tower, 4201 N 27th St, Milwaukee, WI
•    Open-house style; stop by anytime.
•    Take the PurpleLine to 27th & Hope or parking is available.

We are committed to providing everyone a meaningful opportunity to participate in discussions shaping public transportation. 

Language. Spanish-speaking translators will be available at each open house. To request assistance with other languages, email at least three (3) days in advance.

Accessibility. Each open house location is ADA accessible. Email for more information.





Materials and exhibits shown at the February 2024 meetings are available for the public to view and provide feedback. We’d love to hear from you!

Please share your thoughts after reviewing the meeting materials. The public survey is available to complete through March 31, 2024.


Watch to see how bus-only lanes 
could work for CONNECT 2


Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC brings together staff from MCTS, Milwaukee County, SEWRPC, the Wisconsin DOT and the cities to provide feedback on project development. 

Community Partner Program. The project is partnering with several community organizations to support outreach for the project.

Community Advisory Committee (CAC). The CAC brings together community, neighborhood and business organizations to provide feedback on project development.

Community Outreach. Outreach includes local official briefings, meetings with community, business and neighborhood organizations, participation in community events, public meetings and more.

Do you have ideas about how the project team can better share information and collect feedback?


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We want to hear from you!

Send a comment at any time to the project team using the form below or add your name and email to the project contact list to receive updates as the project moves forward.

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