KENOSHA TRANSIT


KENOSHA TRANSIT INFORMATION

Official Web site of Kenosha Transit.

In 1971, Kenosha Transit became responsible for all transit lines in Kenosha. The last streetcars ran in 1932, and trolleybuses ran from 1932 to 1952.


KENOSHA STREETCAR CIRCULATOR

A unique new light rail line opened in downtown Kenosha in 2000, operating between the Metra train station and the lakefront.


KENOSHA TRANSIT HISTORY

In 1903, the Kenosha Electric Railway Co. was the first of several companies to operate public transportation in Kenosha.


STREETCAR AND TROLLEYBUS MAP

Map showing streetcar and trolleybus system at its peak.


STREETCAR ROSTER

Streetcars operated in Kenosha until 1932.


CLASSIC BUS ROSTER

Buses have operated in Kenosha since 1932.


EARLY CITY BUS ROSTER

Under public ownership.


KENOSHA TRANSIT FACILITIES

The various carhouses in Kenosha were eventually replaced with a single modern bus garage.


Some historic information for this page is from "TM, The Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company", the Central Electric Railfans' association (CERA) Bulletin 112, by Joseph M. Canfield. Additional information is from various issues of the magazine "Motor Coach Age".


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