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Valley Transit is a city bus and paratransit commission operated by the city government of Appleton, Wisconsinmarker.

The system operates across the Fox Cities and serves the cities of Appletonmarker, Kaukaunamarker, Menashamarker and Neenahmarker, as well as the towns of Buchananmarker, Grand Chutemarker and Menashamarker; and the villages of Kimberlymarker and Little Chutemarker.

Public transportation in the area originated with streetcar systems, which operated from 1886 to 1930, when they were completely replaced by buses operated by a company called Fox River Bus Lines. Toward the end of the 1960s, the city began to subsidize the company, until it bought and took over operations on New Year's Day 1978.

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Valley Transit’s operations comprise 16 fixed bus routes, as well as paratransit service (contracted out to a local bus company), which shuttles elderly passengers from their homes to regular-route bus stops and functions much as a taxi service for disabled passengers. The company operates 25 buses between 5:45 AM and 10:30 PM on Weekdays, and 7:45 AM to 10:30 PM on Saturdays, with no service on Sundays.

  • 1 Midway
  • 2 Prospect
  • 3 Mason
  • 4 Richmond
  • 5 North Oneida
  • 6 Meade
  • 7 Ballard
  • 8 Telulah
  • 11 East College/Buchanan
  • 12 Fox Valley
  • 15 West College
  • 20 Heart of the Valley
  • 30 Neenah/Menasha
  • 31 East Neenah
  • 32 West Neenah
  • 41 West Fox Valley


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