Advancing Racial Equity: The Role of Government Register now! Wednesday, March 7, 2018 8:30-4:30 Location: Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 West College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911 DESCRIPTION The Government Alliance on Race and Equity, in partnership with The Wisconsin Racial Equity Alliance, is convening on March 7 in Appleton, WI. This event is designed to: […]Read more about "Register Now – Advancing Racial Equity: The Role of Government – March 7"
Presentations from Transportation: The Future is Now
Check out some of the presentations given at the conference. Transit in Milwaukee – Rob Henken, Public Policy Forum Challenges & Opportunities at the Local Level – Zia Brucaya, AICP, Urban Assets Electric Vehicles – Debbie Branson, MGE Rapid Transit – How to Get It Right? – Chuck Kamp, Madison Metro Metrics matter – Measuring Transportation Performance with […]Read more about "Presentations from Transportation: The Future is Now"
Transportation: the Future is Now – Sept. 25
Registration is Open for Transportation: the Future is Now – Local transportation policy in a time of demographic, political and technological change. We’ll talk about: Changing demographics – an opportunity to invest in a 21st century transportation system. Harnessing changing technology while retaining core community values. Being economically competitive while providing equitable access to everyone. Optimizing our existing infrastructure. Reducing carbon emissions and protecting the environment.Read more about "Transportation: the Future is Now – Sept. 25"
Friends and Founders Celebration – July 20th, 2017
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Over 300 Gather in Milwaukee for Better Transportation Options
We had an overwhelming response to our recently concluded transportation summit “Arrive Together: Building a 21st Century Transportation System in Wisconsin” held in Milwaukee on Dec 3rd. More than 300 transit riders, community members, transit agency managers, elected officials attended. We started off with a listening session with USDOT Office of Civil Rights Secretary Leslie Proll. A diverse group of transit riders voices their thoughts on the statewide transportation system—and we heard a range of opinions from the difficulties facing bus riders in Milwaukee, to those who called for cutting wasteful highway spending.Read more about "Over 300 Gather in Milwaukee for Better Transportation Options"
Arrive Together – the Transportation Equity Summit – Dec. 3
Registration is now open. Register online at https://transportationequitysummit.eventbrite.com.
Transportation is vital. It connects people to jobs, healthcare, the grocery store, school, houses of worship and more. For people who aren’t able to drive, can’t afford to drive or do not want to drive, getting from point A to point B can be expensive, burdensome – even impossible.Read more about "Arrive Together – the Transportation Equity Summit – Dec. 3"