The Shoreline Metro Mission
To provide the Sheboygan Urbanized Area with a safe, reliable, affordable and courteous alternative to transportation through the efforts of dedicated, well-trained employees to increase the quality of life and complement economic growth.
Shoreline Metro is a department of the City of Sheboygan. It is governed under the authority of the Sheboygan Transit Commission and managed by the Director of Transit & Parking. Shoreline Metro currently employs over 60 employees in various leadership, administrative, maintenance and bus operator roles.
The Director of Transit & Parking is Derek Muench. Mr. Muench has been in public administration and public transportation for over 10 years working for the City of Manitowoc and the City of Sheboygan. He is a proud graduate of Silver Lake College (Manitowoc) where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. Mr. Muench has been recognized nationally by his peers being selected as a Top 40 Under 40 by Mass Transit Magazine in 2014 and a Top Young Professional of Sheboygan County in 2015 as a Next Wave recipient. Mr. Muench also serves as Treasurer for WIPTA (Wisconsin Public Transportation Association) and serves on the Sheboygan County ADRC Governing Board, Sheboygan County Transportation Coordinating Committee, RCS Advisory Committee, Leadership Sheboygan County Curiculum Committee, Northeast Wisconsin Regional Access to Transportation (NEWRAT) Committee, Transit Mutual Insurance (TMI) Board of Directors, WIPTA Board of Directors, RCS Advisory Committee, and the Friends of the Senior Activity Center of Sheboygan Board. Mr. Muench currently resides in Sheboygan.
- Via Email email@example.com
- Via Phone (920) 459-3140
- Annual Transit Report
- Annual Parking Utility Report (revised 5-31-18)
Oversight of Shoreline Metro is provided by the Sheboygan Transit Commission which is comprised of citizens, city staff and elected officials. Commission meetings are held bi-monthly on the third Tuesday, following the second City Council meeting at 5 p.m., and are usually held in the 3rd floor conference room of City Hall. Each meeting allows for public input in accordance with City policy.
• Alderman Todd Wolf, Commission Chair
• Alderperson Mary Lynne Donohue, Commission Vice Chair
• Alderman Ronald Rindfleish
• Mayor Michael Vandersteen
• Ryan Zinkel, Citizen Member
• Charles Windsor, Citizen Member
• VACANT, Citizen Member
• Chris Domagalski, Police Chief
• Chad Pelishek, Director of Planning & Economic Development
• Derek Muench, Transit & Parking Director (ex-officio member)