Go Riteway Celebrates 60 Years In Bus Business

Posted on July 18, 2017
A generic shot of a motorcoach (LCT file photo)
A generic shot of a motorcoach (LCT file photo)

GO Riteway was born in 1957 when Rollie and Pearl Bast started Riteway Bus Service with four school buses to serve the newly formed Germantown School District. Today, their children — Ron and Rochelle — are the owners and operators of the business. The company is in its third generation of family management with Ron’s children — Wendy and RJ — in key management positions.

Besides school buses, the company offers transportation via airport shuttles, executive sedans, executive SUVs, executive vans, limo coaches, mini coaches, motorcoaches, and executive coaches. The company has more than 1,350 employees and 1,090 vehicles operating out of 18 Wisconsin locations. The commercial services division operates 38 airport shuttles, 31 motor-coaches, 30 executive sedans, and 21 mini coaches.

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