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Bicyclists peddle Hoan Bridge path

By James Briggs Bicycle advocates Tuesday planned to lobby the state Department of Transportation for a bike and pedestrian path to be included in the reconstruction of Milwaukee’s Hoan Bridge. The bike path is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to connect Milwaukee’s ...

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State picks up tab for Milwaukee rail station upgrades (UPDATE)

By Adam Wise Gov. Scott Walker’s rejection of $810 million in federal grant money for high-speed rail means the state must now spend about $10.2 million to upgrade the Milwaukee Intermodal Station. The estimated $20.4 million improvement project at the ...

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Walker wants federal train money (UPDATE)

By Jack Zemlicka A Milwaukee alderman is criticizing Gov. Scott Walker’s attempt to land federal stimulus money to upgrade a passenger train line between Milwaukee and Chicago. Walker wants $150 million in grant money from the Federal Rail Administration for ...

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Money disappears for Intermodal train shed work

By Marie Rohde No money is available to build a train shed at the Milwaukee Intermodal Station even though the project is required to meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards. The money for the station improvements had been included as ...

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Milwaukee train shed project stirs debate (UPDATE)

By Joe Lanane The proposed reconstruction of the train shed at the Milwaukee Intermodal Station has drawn opposing reactions from two Milwaukee political leaders who are running for governor. The 50,000-square-foot facility immediately south of the station is used to ...

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Intermodal Station shed public meeting set for Tuesday

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will update the public on its progress to bring the Milwaukee Intermodal Station into federal safety compliance at a meeting Tuesday afternoon. A new 50,000-square-foot train shed to be constructed this October will include a ...

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