Area Transportation Services
Stoughton WI Public Transit, (608) 873-7233
Provides transportation within the City of Stoughton and its three mile radius. Please mention if a wheelchair accessible van is needed.
Service Area: Stoughton City limits, 7-miles max. outside of city limits (additional $.75 cash/mile)
Monday– Wednesday, 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday, 6:00 AM—8:00 PM
Friday & Sat., 6:00 AM—7:00 PM
Sunday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Cost: all fares are one way
Regular Rate: $4.50 one way
Senior Rate: $3.25 one way, includes people 60+ years or legally disabled
Extra Fees: $.75 / mile outside City limits, $1.00 quick stop en route to destination
Transit Solutions Inc.
Lift Equipped Van Transportation for Shopping & Meal Site
Call the Stoughton Area Senior Center to make a reservation: (608) 873-8585
Stoughton Area Senior Center Meal Site: Ride to noon lunch, Monday - Friday
Cost: $.50 per way or $1 round trip
Ride to Local Stores and Farmer's Market in Stoughton:
Ride to grocery store in Stoughton
Time: 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM, Monday - Friday
Donation: $1.00 round trip. No one is denied rides to the meal site or grocery store based on ability to pay.
Friday Mall Shopping
Trips rotate between various malls in Madison, See Activity Calendar for monthly locations.
Time: Pick up at home address at 9:30 AM and return at approximately 1:15 PM.
Cost: $3.00 round trip
Volunteer ride programs
RSVP Driver Service
Donation-based transportation to medical appointments for seniors 60 years or older. New riders are to call ASAP with qualifying information for approval. Rides based on driver availability; 48 hour advance notice is required. Contact: Richard Hoffman (608) 873-6112, 9AM-4PM
Stoughton United Ministries (SUM)
Affordable Transportation Program
Low-income residents of all ages are eligible for free transportation Monday - Friday to various types of appointments in Madison and its nearby suburbs. Anyone whose income is less than 225% of the federal poverty rate is eligible. Also, rides to the City and United Methodist Church Food Pantries are available at no cost. Qualifying individuals are considered based on driver availability. Calls may also be made directly to SUM: (608) 873-3273
Vets Helping Vets Program
Volunteer drivers provide medical, job application and support transportation within Dane County for any veterans, including immediate family members regardless of age. Contact Joe Miller (608) 238-7901.
Wheelchair equipped ride options for transport beyond the City of Stoughton. These services accept private pay and Medical Assistance only for medical appointments.
We CARE Transportation (608) 838-8589
Capital Express (608) 310-1034
American Cancer Society, 1-800-227-2345
Rides for cancer treatment appointments.