The Hop connects Milwaukeeans with their homes, jobs, entertainment destinations and each other. The Hop can also connect brands with customers and businesses with opportunities.
Our route traverses some of the most dynamic and fastest-growing neighborhoods in the city, and our sleek, modern vehicles appeal to the young professionals fueling our growth, the influx of visitors increasingly recognizing Milwaukee’s place as a world-class destination, the long-time residents with a sense of nostalgia for the city’s rich transit history, and the wide-eyed youth who will be our future.
The Hop is a truly unique asset and presents a wide range of activation possibilities to make your next meaningful connection. We invite you to hop on board!
The Hop route spans 2.5 miles from Milwaukee's Intermodal Station through the Historic Third Ward and East Town to Burns Commons at the tip of the City's Lower East Side.
Throughout that downtown corridor you'll find:
+30,000 downtown higher
+9,500 new housing units
+2,970 new hotel rooms
+$71 million annual nighttime
+$46 billion new development
Wrapping The Hop offers advertisers a one-of-a-kind canvas to present your brand to the vibrant downtown community. Each wrap is customized for high impact results and can be complemented by activation activities for the duration of the promotion.
*Note: Wrap pricing does not include production, installation and removal fees.
Visible to streetcar riders, pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicle traffic, The Hop stations are a great way to reach the many residents, visitors, tourists and employees of our ever-expanding downtown.
Ogden at Astor EB
Ogden at Astor WB
Jackson at Juneau NB
Jackson at Juneau SB
St. Paul at Plankinton EB
St. Paul at Plankinton WB
Wisconsin Ave NB
Wisconsin Ave SB
City Hall NB
City Hall SB
Cathedral Square EB
Cathedral Square WB
Historic Third Ward EB
Historic Third Ward WB
*Note: Station wrap pricing does not include production, installation and removal fees.
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