BROWN COUNTY, Wis. (WFRV) - Green Bay Metro added more bus routes this season to meet game day demand.
There are now 73 public stops all for free.
Now fans have another even quicker way to get to the stadium without bringing a car.
With all the orange construction barrels around Titletown, the service is popular.
"Traffic congestion, the headache of parking your vehicle and walking. It's a lot safer option" says Eric Stadler , with Lamers Bus Lines.
This season fans can board the Lamers Express.
For routes in Brown County it is five dollars each way, with no more than four stops.
"You can't get parking for five dollars and we get you right down there either to The Bar on Holmgren Way".
The partners who own The Bar, Hagemeister Park and the Graystone Ale House are big supporters.
With a safe, simple ride home they say fans are more relaxed.
"Maybe they'll spend a few more bucks whether it's at The Bar Holmgren Way, or the other locations. They might have a beer or a pizza after [the game]" says Jess Miller a partner in all the facilities.
The formula has worked well for The Bar over the years.
They already offered transportation to the Lambeau stadium district from Oshkosh, Appleton and Wausau locations.
Now, the added routes in Brown County will drop even more fans at their doorstep.
"We rely on packers home games for a good percentage of our business" says Miller.
Based on early reaction more express routes could be coming.
"We are getting inquires from other businesses and venues around the area that want us to come to them. Help bring those people in safely and more efficiently" says Stadler.