The Appleton Transit Center
is a bus terminus
in downtown Appleton, Wisconsin
, located at 100 East Washington Street (on the corner of Washington Street and Oneida Street).
Construction on the center by Valley Transit
began on September 12
, and service began on March 1
. It was the first transit center built in Appleton. It has climate controlled waiting rooms, public washrooms
, a payphone
and free direct line telephones to Valley Transit, and vending machines
. The north side of the building is the location of the Greyhound Lines
office. Additional benches are outside, where there are designated bus boarding bays in a traffic
area, and the entire grounds, inside and out, are non-smoking.
The Appleton Transit Center is the center of the Valley Transit
system, as most bus routes terminate there. The northwest corner of the property is the boarding place for Greyhound buses, travelling between Green Bay, Wisconsin
and Milwaukee, Wisconsin
. The center also sees service from Lamers Bus Lines
. Through ticketing is available from Amtrak
; the Amtrak code for the center is APP.