Our Director of Transportation Policy Gregg May, and city planners, Kathleen Mayell (City of Minneapolis) and Eric Holthaus (City of Cedar Rapids) talk about the release of our new report, “Transportation Planning for People and the Climate: Lessons from the Midwest.” We examined climate plans, comprehensive plans, and transportation plans across 25 jurisdictions in five […]Read more about "Webinar 10: Climate Planning & Transportation – watch the recording"
Webinar 9: Safe Routes, Safer Communities – watch the recording
1000 Friends of Wisconsin partnered with Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids to assess active transportation routes to schools and parks in their respective cities. Over the course of 6 months, 1000 Friends Community Programs Director worked with city planners from Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids to identify key public locations, plan walk/roll audits with community participants, and develop detailed recommendations for […]Read more about "Webinar 9: Safe Routes, Safer Communities – watch the recording"
Webinar 8: Electric Buses in Wisconsin – watch the recording
Did you know that Wisconsin was just awarded 65 electric school buses? Join our webinar on Wednesday, November 30 at Noon to learn more about the future of EV buses in Wisconsin! We are excited to be joined by Susan Mudd (Environmental Law & Policy Center) and Trevor Jung (City of Racine – Ryde Racine) who […]Read more about "Webinar 8: Electric Buses in Wisconsin – watch the recording"
Rethink 794 Webinar with Renderings
Rethink 794 Webinar Watch the Recording now.Read more about "Rethink 794 Webinar with Renderings"
Webinar 7: Make Way for Pedestrians! Watch the recording
Watch 2022 Webinar Series from 1K Friends #7 – Make Way for Pedestrians! Get ready for Pedestrian Safety Month in October! Whether your primary form of transportation is a car, a bicycle, or a bus, one thing we have in common is that we are ALL pedestrians. Pedestrian Safety Month is a great time to […]Read more about "Webinar 7: Make Way for Pedestrians! Watch the recording"
Webinar 6: Resilient cities are for the birds! Watch the recording
Watch the 6th Webinar in the Series – Resilient cities are for the birds! Enhancing ecological conservation within our built landscapes is vital if we are to address the social, economic, and environmental conditions of the 21st Century. One way we can do that, and in the process, build resilience, is to make these landscapes […]Read more about "Webinar 6: Resilient cities are for the birds! Watch the recording"