Thanks to a grant from the Anonymous Fund at the Greater Milwaukee Foundation residents of Milwaukee County Residents can get a free 30-day Bublr Bikes pass throughout the month of June.
Looking for a way to get out and enjoy summer with your friends and family? We have ideas. From eating at a restaurant with a great patio view to enjoying local festivals to exploring the many outdoor attractions around town and more, here's everything you need for a great Milwaukee summer.
From renting a jet ski or taking a ride on a Bublr Bike, to relaxing with a frosty Miller Lite at the Tiki Bar or some frozen custard at MooSa's, there are many ways Milwaukeeans are beating the heat at Bradford this summer.
The plan to convert the former Shops of Grand Avenue into office space with some retail and a first-floor food hall, called 3rd Street Market Hall - and the Plankinton Arcade's upper shops to apartments - is well underway. Take a look inside.
Bublr Bikes has 61 locations throughout the city of Milwaukee - and somehow not one of them is in the bike-happy neighborhood of Riverwest. Now Bublr wants your help in changing that and bringing some bikes to the block.
Milwaukee County Transit System and Bublr Bikes have worked to overcome compatibility issues between the M*CARD bus fare smartcard and the Bublr Bikes keyfob to create one card that works with both systems.
Bublr Bikes, a non-profit organization that operates a rapidly growing bike-sharing network in the Milwaukee area, will move its headquarters and bicycle maintenance facility into The Shops of the Grand Avenue, becoming the initial permanent tenant in the property's redevelopment.
With 57 stations and nearly 512 bikes located around Milwaukee and Wauwatosa, Bublr Bikes is offering anyone free, convenient rides of up to 30 minutes on Election Day - Tuesday, Nov. 8 - to encourage voting.
Installation is complete for 10 new Bublr Bikes stations in and around the City of Milwaukee, bringing the number of bike share stations in the Bublr Bikes system to 57.
Bublr Bikes, Milwaukee's bike-share system, opened its first stations outside of Milwaukee over the weekend, with seven stations containing 75 bikes installed and available in Wauwatosa.
Bublr Bikes and the Wisconsin Bike Fed, in cooperation with the City of Milwaukee, are leading a free group ride on The Milwaukee Streetcar route on Wednesday, Sept. 14, starting at 5:30 p.m.
The Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee (HACM) and Bublr Bikes announced a new partnership to promote equitable use of the bike share system through an innovative outreach effort in two HACM neighborhoods, using a $64,000 grant from the Better Bike Share Partnership.
Residents of Bronzeville and Walker Square are glad that Bublr Bikes are now available in their neighborhoods, but Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports some parents would like to see the service offer cargo bikes so they can transport their children.
From the very beginning, OnMilwaukee's been an advocate for bike sharing in greater Milwaukee. And today, we're super excited to jump on board in a new capacity. Yes, people, you can now ride your very own OnMilwaukee Bublr bike. So hop on!
VISIT Milwaukee has announced an expanded partnership with Bublr Bikes to bring wayfinding and visitor maps to Bublr Bikes stations across the city. The poster-size wayfinding maps will be located at every station.