You won’t want to miss the annual Urban Spaceship Conference on Tuesday, November 14th from 8 AM to 6 PM at Wheel and Sprocket in Milwaukee. This year’s conference theme is the “Streets of NEW Milwaukee,” and they’ll be talking about trends in pedestrianization of cities, including the conversation around 794, bike lanes, city planning and design, advocate and […]Read more about "Annual Urban Spaceship Conference – Nov. 14 in Milwaukee"
-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?"
A discussion on the future of 794 with special guest Peter Park and local planners, developers, and experts. Dr. E. J. And Margaret O’Brien Hall 1530 West Wisconsin Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53233Read more about "794 & the Future of Downtown Milwaukee Discussion – July 17"
This week, the City of Milwaukee released their draft long-range downtown plan. Included in their proposed recommendations was removing I-794 and replacing it with new private developments, surface level streets and public spaces. The draft downtown plan will make the city a significant ally in the growing push to remove I-794. Additionally, according to the […]Read more about "City of Milwaukee endorses Rethink 794"
This week has been a newsworthy week for our Rethink 794 Campaign! Not only was the campaign covered in the Congress for New Urbanism’s (CNU) newly released “Freeways without Futures” report, but the plan also made it into the City of Milwaukee’s Downtown Plan draft recommendations. CNU’s biannual report highlights the top ten highways that local […]Read more about "Positive News for Rethink 794"
Rethink 794 is going national after the campaign had the distinct honor of being featured in Fast Company this past week. With public meetings expected to start in the coming months, 1000 Friends is doing it’s best to keep the noise up about the highway-to-boulevard project that is its leading. The article “There’s not a neighborhood […]Read more about "Rethink 794 is going national"