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Join the City of Milwaukee on the Path to Platinum

Please take a moment and share your opinion on bicycling in Milwaukee.

By - Oct 14th, 2016 02:39 pm

On Bike To Work Day in June, Mayor Tom Barrett announced the Path to Platinum, which would make Milwaukee one of the leading communities for bicycling in the country. The City is partnering with the Bike Federation of Wisconsin and other local partners on this exciting initiative.

The mission of the Milwaukee Path to Platinum is: “Engage the whole Milwaukee community to advocate for better bicycling and safer streets for all.”

We’re sharing the first Path to Platinum newsletter with you since you have shown interest in other planning efforts in Milwaukee.  If you would like to learn more about the initiative or sign up to receive future newsletters, see the attached newsletter for more information.

Additionally, Path to Platinum wants to learn more about what Milwaukee residents think about bicycling.  Please take a moment and share your opinion:

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One thought on “Join the City of Milwaukee on the Path to Platinum”

  1. Great idea designing bike paths for the perimeter of
    Downtown. Main stream downtown is dangerous and
    Not conducive for biking due to traffic and terrible roads.
    Keep up the good design for the perimeter for that has the view and safety with function. Salute for the biking along the water front and the safe parks but a challenge for the congestion and poor roads downtown.

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