Commuter Value Certificate

What is the Commuter Value Certificate?

The Commuter Value Certificate program is administered by the Milwaukee County Transit System to Milwaukee-based employers. It enables employers to offer a no-charge and tax-free transit benefit to their employees. Employers purchase Commuter Value Certificates from the Milwaukee County Transit System after signing a Letter of Agreement which details their responsibilities while participating in the program. Employers then provide the Commuter Value Certificate to their employees.

The Washington County Commuter Express accepts the Milwaukee County Transit System Commuter Value Certificate.

REDEMPTION OF THE COMMUTER VALUE CERTIFICATE

WCCE ticket outlets are authorized to accept the Commuter Value Certificates in exchange only for WCCE ticket strips. The Commuter Value Certificate has an exchange value of $17.50, but has no actual cash value, and cannot be used for cash refund, exchange or cash-back transactions.

THERE IS NO CASH REFUND OR CHANGE FOR THE COMMUTER VALUE CERTIFICATES. THE CERTIFICATES ARE ACCEPTED ONLY IN EXCHANGE FOR WCCE TICKET STRIPS. For example, a WCCE ticket strip sells for $32.50. A commuter may redeem two $17.50 Commuter Value Certificates for one $32.50 WCCE ticket strip. The Commuter Value Certificates will be accepted, but no cash refund or change will be given in return. Or, the commuter may redeem one $17.50 Commuter Value Certificate and pay an additional $15 for one $32.50 WCCE ticket strip.

THE REVERSE SIDE OF THE COMMUTER VALUE CERTIFICATE SHOULD BE COMPLETED BY THE COMMUTER BEFORE REDEEMING, including the commuter’s name, address and telephone number.