Welcome to our new guide to get around Wauwatosa, no matter what form of transportation you are using to navigate around and through the city.
Traveling by Car:
Traveling by Public Transportation:
Traveling by Bike or by Foot:
- Wauwatosa Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan (This plan makes the case for why bicycling and walking are important for a vibrant community and provides a vision for bicycling and walking in Wauwatosa. Goals and recommendations
are provided to build on Wauwatosa’s existing bicycle and pedestrian network, and to provide education and encouragement programs to facilitate bicycling and walking. By undertaking this planning process, the City has
demonstrated its commitment to improving bicycling and walking conditions for its residents and visitors.)
- Bicycle and Pedestrian User Maps (This map series displays streets and paths for bicycling in the City of Wauwatosa. Streets are displayed based on the level of stress for bicyclists. Low-stress streets are appropriate for most bicyclists and families, while higher-stress streets are most appropriate for bicyclists comfortable bicycling with significant traffic and often narrow travel conditions.)
- Walking Wauwatosa (A self-guided tour of Arts & Crafts, Bungalow, and Mail-Order Homes)
- Bublr Bikes in Wauwatosa: There are several pricing options, and a current system map can be found here. New Bublr locations to be added September 2017!
- Walking Tour of Wauwatosa Cemetery (The walking tour takes you through a seven-acre site that includes the gravesites of notable Wauwatosa residents.)
- Hank Aaron State Trail Map (Crossing Milwaukee County from east to west through Wauwatosa, the trail connects to top destinations and offers interesting views and a variety of experiences along the route.)
- Milwaukee County Oak Leaf Trail (The trail meanders through Wauwatosa and is more than 115 miles in length on a changing terrain of flat rural plains and hilly city streets.)
Traveling by Air: