Fond du Lac Area Transit Mission Statement 

The Mission of Fond du Lac Area Transit is to provide options in safe, reliable and convenient transportation to the citizens of Fond du Lac and the surrounding area.

Service changes starting Monday, September 19, 2022

Routes 25 & 60

Fond du Lac Area Transit (FDLAT) would like to inform the public about service changes to routes 25 and 60 starting Monday, September 19, 2022. Due to the demand for service on route 25, we will be adding an extra bus at 7:30am and 3:30pm. The extra route 60 at 7:30am and 3:30pm will be discontinued to help with this change. FDLAT will also be discontinuing the Aurora Clinic stop on the 3:30pm 25 route.

These will be the only route changes at this time. All City bus routes are open to all. Please continue to following our Facebook page for daily updates on detours, route changes, holiday hours, and more. Thank you for your patience with these changes.

For Transit questions please call us at 920-322-3650 or email us at jkunde@fdl.wi.gov.

Title VI Notice

To our customers: Please be advised that Fond du Lac Area Transit operates their programs, including fixed-route service, Handivan, and Jobtrans, without regard to race, color, or national origin. Additional information regarding Fond du Lac Area Transit’s nondiscrimination policy can be obtained by calling our office at 322-3650.

Complaints may be filed by mailing them to:

Fond du Lac Area Transit
Attention: Lynn Gilles
530 N. Doty Street
Fond du Lac, WI, 54935