GREEN BAY - There's a new ticket to ride for children and teens in the Green Bay area.
It's low in cost and it even comes with free weekday admission to the Neville Public Museum.
Green Bay Metro is introducing the Discover Green Bay kids summer bus pass. The pass is for kids ages 9-17.
Whether they're headed to the pool or somewhere downtown, transit officials say they wanted to help kids enjoy the city.
"It's for kids to go and enjoy Green Bay and other areas of Green Bay, discover Green Bay but also be able to go in the museum free of charge, Monday through Friday," said Tony Witting, director of Green Bay Metro.
The passes are $25 and work from June 15th to August 31st. Normally, it's one dollar per ride.
They can be purchased at any Shopko location or the Metro Transit Center.
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