Published: November 18, 2011
Tags: Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin, Bike and Pedestrian Facilities Program, bike trails, bridge, Fred Risser, Kevin Hardman, Kevin Traas, Mark Pocan, Tony Fernandez, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association, WisDOT, WTBA
It’s a long shot that bike path backers will recoup the $5 million for trail projects they lost in the state budget, said state Sen. Fred Risser, D-Madison.
Published: January 21, 2011
Tags: Amanda White, Anne Walker, Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin, Brian Solomon, Joanne Schilling, Larry Palm, Madison, Marquette Neighborhood Association, Steve Shepherd, Williamson Street, Willy Street
Madison’s reconstruction of a busy street on the eclectic near east side is striking fear in the business community and turning environmentalists against each other.
Published: December 9, 2009
Tags: Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin, bike lanes, development, lanes, Marcoux, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Department of Public Works, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, Milwaukee Public Works, Milwaukee Public Works Committee, reconstruction, retail, Sanfelippo, Second Street, Shafer, Walkers Point Plaza, Witkowiak, Wontach
By Sean Ryan Business owners on Second Street in Milwaukee disagree over the balance of driving lanes and sidewalks that will best lure customers. A city plan supported by most of the business owners would reduce the number of traffic lanes from four to two to make room for wider sidewalks, more trees, planters and [...]