-Dan Shafer, from the Milwaukee Record Carl Glasemeyer, 1000 Friends Transportation Policy Analyst is quoted in the article: “We support the removal of 794,” said Carl Glasemeyer, transportation policy analyst at 1000 Friends of Wisconsin, who specifically identified “Concept #2” among WisDOT’s publicly presented options as the one the group favors. “(We support this option) […]Read more about "What should be done with 794?"
Peter Herreid announced the release of the 2023 Wisconsin Comprehensive Plan and Local Land Regulations Inventory Report and the associated inventory data. During the past year, he inventoried comprehensive plan adoption dates, general zoning ordinances, subdivision (land division) ordinances, and webpages hosting such ordinances. The accompanying report analyzes this inventory, with the following key findings: · Over half […]Read more about "Wisconsin Comprehensive Plan and Local Land Regulations Inventory Report 2023"
1000 Friends of Wisconsin is excited to announce the Community Transportation Academy, coming to Stevens Point in Fall 2023! The first Academy in La Crosse was a big success, and we are thrilled to offer it again in Stevens Point. Watch the Video to learn more! What: FREE ten-week course that helps bridge the gap […]Read more about "The Community Transportation Academy is coming to Stevens Point!"
For years, Bike Fed staff have kept a close eye on the National Avenue project on Milwaukee’s south side. National Avenue is a major thoroughfare, nearly the entirety of which is on the City’s Pedestrian High Injury Network. It is a trucking route and state trunk highway, which means that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation […]Read more about "Designing for All Road Users on Milwaukee’s National Avenue – Wisconsin Bike Fed Guide"
The Wisconsin Climate Table, a network of more than 30 organizations in Wisconsin with the common goal of zero GHG emissions by 2050, has developed a new Tool Kit for Equity and Justice in Local Climate Action Planning available on their website. The Tool Kit is a Wisconsin-specific guide to braiding equity into climate policies, plans, […]Read more about "New Tool Kit for Equity & Justice in Local Climate Action Planning released"
Transportation for America’s Community Connectors portal provides tools and information for advocates to decode the complex and confusing maze of programs, acronyms, and decision points that determine what gets built with federal and state transportation dollars. Who actually chooses how federal transportation dollars get spent? Did you know USDOT has almost no say on the divisive new […]Read more about "Community Connectors: Tools for advocates"