Three new express bus routes in Milwaukee County could complement the city’s planned 2.1-mile streetcar route, Milwaukee city officials said Friday.
Published: October 5, 2011
Tags: Bob Donovan, Chris Abele, Federal Transit Administration, FTA, Gwen Moore, high-speed rail, Joe Dudzik, MacIver Institute, Mark Borkowski, Milwaukee County Transit System, Nik Kovac, PSC, Public Service Commission, Rail, Robert Bauman, Scott Walker, streetcar, Tom Barrett
A trio of local officials Wednesday selected a south side Milwaukee park-and-ride lot to announce their request that Congress pull money from the city’s planned streetcar project.
By Ann Knoedler • New Facility to House Transit Office/Maintenance Facility for Bay Area Rural Transit (BART), at southeast corner of Sixth Street East and 22nd Avenue East, Ashland, Ashland County • New Facility to House Transit Office/Maintenance Facility for Sawyer County/Lac Courte Oreilles Transit Commission (Namekagon Transit), County Highway B, Hayward, Sawyer County • [...]
The Milwaukee County Transit System recently unveiled a line of environmentally friendly buses intended to reduce maintenance costs on many previous models that have exceeded their standard lifeline.
Published: August 2, 2010
Tags: Advance Cast Stone, Graef-USA, Inspec, Milwaukee County, Milwaukee County Correctional Facility-South, Milwaukee County Transit System, Milwaukee Public Museum, O'Donnell Park, parking garage, Scott Walker, Transit Center
By Justin Kern Special to The Daily Reporter Officials on Monday began determining the extent and cost of fixing the panels on the Milwaukee County Transit Center, one of two structures found by building inspectors to have problems during emergency inspections. Those inspections were prompted after a 13-ton concrete panel fell from the O‘Donnell Park [...]
By Jan Basina No one knows if the proposed high-speed and light-rail transit projects will ever come rolling down the tracks here in Wisconsin. Word is it would provide a lot of good jobs, a nice bonus for construction workers. But passengers might also reap some benefits: not rewards measured in tangibles — money or [...]