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"
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"
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"
By Jonmaesha Beltran / Wisconsin Watch, Wisconsin Watch May 23, 2023 After Esther Grams purchased her first business, she thought 2020 would be her year. It wasn’t. She navigated the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic like other business owners, and during that time, she realized she might have to relocate. That year, Gov. Tony Evers […]Read more about "How would widening Milwaukee’s I-94 affect residents near the highway?"
And that’s a wrap! It’s hard to believe, but the inaugural Community Transportation Academy has come to an end. The Community Transportation Academy brought together participants of all ages and walks of life from in and around La Crosse to learn the basics of local transportation planning, hear from experts on various topics, and connect […]Read more about "Community Transportation Academy wrap-up!"
Learn all about the first Community Transpiration Academy! The academy is an opportunity for deep public engagement at the local level, helping bridge the gap between community advocates and transportation policy and planning entities. The Academy is designed as a template to be used in communities across the state. We’re excited to share our experience […]Read more about "Webinar 12: Community Transportation Academy – May 17 @ noon."