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Dan Boehm

Dan Boehm, Milwaukee County Transit System Managing Director.

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Eyes on Milwaukee: City Chooses Streetcar Operator
Eyes on Milwaukee

City Chooses Streetcar Operator

French company Transdev will operate streetcar for $3.6 million a year.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Goodbye to MCTS Free Ride
Eyes on Milwaukee

Goodbye to MCTS Free Ride

County begins charging for controversial GO Pass program in June.

Eyes on Milwaukee: County Gets Waiver on Streetcar
Eyes on Milwaukee

County Gets Waiver on Streetcar

Still in running to operate city's streetcar, but a long shot to win.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Milwaukee County Fixes GO Pass
Eyes on Milwaukee

Milwaukee County Fixes GO Pass

Fees and new requirements for free ride program with huge cost overruns.

Eyes on Milwaukee: County Board Okays Bid for Streetcar
Eyes on Milwaukee

County Board Okays Bid for Streetcar

Despite long odds against winning, county will submit bid to the city.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Should County Operate Streetcar?
Eyes on Milwaukee

Should County Operate Streetcar?

Board members push -- belatedly -- for county transit to operate streetcar.

MCTS Receives National Recognition for Outstanding Service
Press Release

MCTS Receives National Recognition for Outstanding Service

“I was treated with the utmost respect, and really enjoyed riding the city bus,” said national travel writer John Morris.

County to Lose $4 Million on GO Pass
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County to Lose $4 Million on GO Pass

Supervisor Alexander Supports Immediate Fix to Flawed Program

Murphy’s Law: How to Destroy a Transit System
Murphy’s Law

How to Destroy a Transit System

County board's free bus ride program triggers huge deficits that could overwhelm system.

Eyes On Milwaukee: Is Free Pass Bleeding County Transit?
Eyes On Milwaukee

Is Free Pass Bleeding County Transit?

Controversial free GO Pass for seniors and disabled costs millions, awaits new report.

Murphy’s Law: Abele Faces Attack on Free Bus Rides
Murphy’s Law

Abele Faces Attack on Free Bus Rides

Though his challenger for county exec, Chris Larson, is undecided on issue, it could still impact the race.

Milwaukee Transit Workers Reject MCTS Proposal
Press Release

Milwaukee Transit Workers Reject MCTS Proposal

The union has sent a letter to MCTS requesting they come back to the bargaining table to resume negotiations.

MCTS asks Union Members to Seriously Consider Contract Offer
Press Release

MCTS asks Union Members to Seriously Consider Contract Offer

The contract offer comes after months of meetings between MCTS, ATU and the Federal Mediator.

Thousands of People Use M•CARD Online in the First Week
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Thousands of People Use M•CARD Online in the First Week

The new online store is also getting plenty of attention.

Eyes on Milwaukee: 15 Myths About The Bus Strike (and More)
Eyes on Milwaukee

15 Myths About The Bus Strike (and More)

Bus service continuing, but union president references more potential work stoppages. What else did he say?

MCTS Remains Committed to Avoiding a Strike
Press Release

MCTS Remains Committed to Avoiding a Strike

MCTS and ATU will meet again Tuesday.

MCTS Offers Contract Proposal to Drivers Who Have Threatened to Strike
Press Release

MCTS Offers Contract Proposal to Drivers Who Have Threatened to Strike

The average MCTS bus driver will make more than $62,000 this year in salary and overtime.

MCTS Names Brendan Conway Chief Marketing and Communication Officer
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MCTS Names Brendan Conway Chief Marketing and Communication Officer

The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) is proud to announce the hiring of Brendan Conway as its new Chief Marketing and Communications Officer.

Eyes on Milwaukee: New Express Bus Routes Start in January
Eyes on Milwaukee

New Express Bus Routes Start in January

The good news: Three new express routes will move riders more quickly across the county. The bad: transit system running out of money.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Another Bad Transit Plan By County Board
Eyes on Milwaukee

Another Bad Transit Plan By County Board

Amendment slipped into budget has had no public review and could leave system $1 million short (or worse) by end of 2015.