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Go Green with GO Transit! Our fleet now includes hybrid-electric buses that offer a quiet and smooth ride. Additionally, all buses include bike racks.
GO Transit bus routes include connections with other modes of travel. Route 8 (20th/South Park) allows riders to access Wittman Airport. This location is also a Greyhound bus station.
Many students rely on GO Transit routes to bring them to and from school each day. This is a picture of students boarding near West High School.
University and Technical College students use GO Transit to save on transportation costs and avoid parking.
GO Transit's mission is to provide reliable, affordable and accessible public transportation options to support our community's mobility needs. Our transportation options include fixed-route bus service within the City of Oshkosh, paratransit services to elderly and disabled individuals, paratransit service to low-income workers, and intercity bus service to Neenah. These services allow riders to access important destinations, like schools, employment sites, medical facilities, shopping centers, and entertainment venues.
Thank you for considering the GO Transit System to meet your travel needs!
- Proposed Changes to Routes 7 & 9
- EAA Bus Service
- Changes to Route 9
- Route 2 Extension
- Route 3 Bus Stop Times Changing on June 2, 2014
- Route 4 Bus Stop Times Change at Logan Drive
- Route Changes Begin on 10/21/13
- Changes to Interlined Routes
- 4th of July Hours
- GO Transit bus routes will change on
April 1, 2013. Click here for details.
- GO Plus – Convenience Fee Effective
- Pass Replacement Policy Ends
- Update on New Routes
- New Brand - GO Transit
Service to Neenah!
GO Transit provides daily roundtrip service to Neenah (Monday - Saturday) on Route #10.
This intercity service begins at our downtown transit center and ends in downtown Neenah, where riders can transfer to Valley Transit Buses for free. Click here for route and schedule information.