Kenosha Area Transit
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Kenosha Area Transit is the public transit system serving the city of Kenosha, WI.
- In 1971, Pathfinder City Transit Lines is taken over by city and is renamed Kenosha Transit.
- In 2000, a new downtown streetcar line is opened using restored streetcars purchased from Toronto.
|1||Isetts/Tremper/UW-Parkside/North 30th Ave.|
|2||KAC/Anderson Park/52nd Street|
|3||Lincoln Park/South Sheridan/Indian Trail|
|4||60th St./Meijer Store/St. Cartherine's Commons/Carthage|
- Address: 3735 65th St., Kenosha, WI
Kenosha Transit Center
- Address: 724 54th St., Kenosha, WI
Accurate as of 2/2021.
|3012-3019||2004||Gillig||Low Floor 29'
|3500||2004||Gillig||Low Floor 35'
|Cummins ISL||Ex-Waukesha Metro Transit 146, acquired in 2017|
|3501-3504||2004||Gillig||Low Floor 35'
|3505-3513||2005||Gillig||Low Floor 35'
|3524-3528||2010||Gillig||Low Floor 35'
|4023-4026||2009||Gillig||Low Floor 40'
|4041-4043||2012||Gillig||Low Floor 40'
|4044-4050||2013||Gillig||Low Floor 40'
|4051-4056||2019||Gillig||Low Floor 40'
|4057-4060||2020||Gillig||Low Floor 40'
Kenosha was one of only two cities in North America to have had a fleet entirely comprised of trolley buses. The other was Halifax, NS.