We are excited to share our new report, Vision 2050, made in collaboration with 1000 Friend’s founding member Dan Cornwell. The United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) estimates that in order to prevent irreversible and catastrophic climate change, we must keep global warming to less than 1.5 degrees Celsius. Vision 2050 In the […]Read more about "Vision 2050 – A 21st Century Transportation System for Wisconsin"
The proposed I-94 East-West highway expansion in Milwaukee, estimated to cost more than $1 billion, continues on its path towards enumeration during the upcoming budget negotiations. 1000 Friends, along with our partners at WISPIRG, developed this factsheet that was sent to all legislators and the Governor’s office this week. We continue to oppose the I-94 expansion project as […]Read more about "The Case Against the I-94 East-West Expansion"
Transportation policy analyst Gregg May participated in a video blog focusing on the destructive potential of the I-94 East-West expansion in MilwaukeeRead more about "Destructive potential of the I-94 East-West expansion in Milwaukee"
Today, Governor Evers announced his intention to restart the I-94 East-West expansion near Story Hill in Milwaukee. This project is a fiscal, social, and environmental mistake. The last time the I-94 project was proposed, it was estimated to cost more than $1 billion. The 3.5 mile highway expansion was eventually dismissed by Governor Walker for […]Read more about "I-94 East-West Expansion: a Fiscal, Social, and Environmental Mistake"
The WI Non-Driver Advisory Council held its first two meetings on June 17 & 18. Recap provided by WisDOT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaywMtMChjQ&feature=youtu.be The purpose of this council is to increase coordination within state government for the varying programs that serve those who cannot or choose not to drive. The council’s membership includes state agencies, municipalities, nonprofits and […]Read more about "1000 Friends Joins WI Non-Driver Advisory Council"
A new report – Millennials on the Move – found that investing in public transit and walking and biking infrastructure could help Wisconsin attract and retain young adults.Read more about "Millennials on the Move – Report"