WisDOT Transportation Alternative Program Awards Announced

The latest round of WisDOT Transportation Alternative Program awards have been announced and $15,719,705 has been awarded. The Transportation Alternatives program is incredibly popular and oversubscribed with communities across the state wanting to improve walking and biking infrastructure and applying for $47.966,736 in projects. Only 33% of submitted projects were awarded funding. More projects could [...]


No one should die crossing the street. While pedestrian deaths in Milwaukee have decreased from 17 at this time last year to 11, Milwaukee is still overrepresented in pedestrian deaths, with 10% of the state population but 44% of the pedestrian fatalities, almost identical to the 45% of the total in 2017. These preventable tragedies [...]

Milwaukee’s first Complete Streets Policy

Complete Streets are streets for everyone. They are designed to be safe and easy for all people to use, whether they are walking, biking, driving, or using public transit.   Many cities across the country are pursuing binding legislation that prioritizes saffer street networks also known as a Complete Streets policy or ordinance. Whether you [...]