Navigate campus safely and explore what the city has to offer with local transportation resources.

Marquette University offers the free EagleExpress transportation service to keep the campus community safe at night. Plus, campus is conveniently located along major bus routes to help people get to work, home or activities.

Transportation Safety Tips

Whether traveling by foot, bus, train, bike or ride share, please take note of important tips to stay proactive about your safety.

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The EagleExpress service offers free transports 365 days a year to keep members of the Marquette community safe at night.

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Rides to Amtrak & Greyhound

The Department of Campus Safety provides transports to and from the Milwaukee Intermodal Station (Amtrak) for Marquette University affiliates during the fall and spring semesters.

These transports are available every Friday (except holidays and break periods) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every hour on the hour.

Those who want to use this service should meet in the elevator lobby of Parking Structure 1, located at 749 N. 16th St., and knock on the door of Room 151 to request a transport.

After 5 p.m, the regular EagleExpress services manages this service, so you must call for a ride. Transports outside of the listed times and semesters will also be provided to Marquette University affiliates who, upon request, provide an Amtrak or Greyhound ticket showing the proper date.


Local resources: MCTS U-PASS, Bublr Bikes and more

Many Milwaukee County Transit System city bus routes cross through campus in all directions, and the new dedicated travel lane for the East-West Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route is coming to Wisconsin Avenue as well. With a discounted U-PASS, students have multiple route and schedule options to help them get to school, work, home, festivals and entertainment.

Zipcar is available on campus, with vehicles available in Lot A on the corner of 16th and Wells Streets. Learn about membership plans.


Consider using Bublr Bikes, greater Milwaukee's nonprofit bike share.

  • The nearest bike kiosk is outside the AMU on 1501 W. Wells St. 
  • See the system map for other bike kiosks.
  • Remember to wear a helmet and use familiar hand signals.

Ride-share services such as Uber and Lyft are active in the city. Use caution with these services and follow these tips to make sure you're in control of the situation and match vehicle and driver information.