StreetsblogJan 16th, 2017 by Angie Schmitt
Up 16% since 2009. And they fall harder on minorities in states like Wisconsin.
BikingJan 13th, 2017 by Dave Cieslewicz
Increased fees for bikers using state parks and other hikes could be proposed.
BikingJan 8th, 2017 by Dave Cieslewicz
DOT Secretary sought to fix all the state’s transportation needs. Maybe that’s why he’s gone.
Op EdJan 3rd, 2017 by Casey Hoff
More dangerous than drunk driving, it's a growing cause of accidents in state, nation.
BikingDec 27th, 2016 by Dave Cieslewicz
Studies show more biking and bike-friendly policies reduce auto traffic, accidents.
BikingDec 16th, 2016 by Dave Cieslewicz
So what about biking, part of industry that adds $1.5 billion to Wisconsin economy?
The State of PoliticsDec 12th, 2016 by Steven Walters
But only if legislature adopts certain changes they propose.
Op-EdDec 11th, 2016 by Tamarine Cornelius
Republicans argue over how to fund highways, could raid other funding.
Bike CzarDec 10th, 2016 by Dave Schlabowske
Sea of red 17 blocks long as thousands bicycle North Ave. from Tosa to the Beerline.
StreetsblogDec 1st, 2016 by Angie Schmitt
Rather than simply launching free transit, King County creates more sustainable model.
The State of PoliticsNov 28th, 2016 by Steven Walters
Report he commissioned punctures “myths” offered by Walker, GOP, against more highway spending.
Plenty of HorneNov 25th, 2016 by Michael Horne
Despite its harsh treatment by the state, the Spanish manufacturer is back in Milwaukee.