Ald. Bob Bauman
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Transit options for Foxconn plant on agenda for Public Transportation Review Board

The Board will review rail and bus opportunities.

By - Mar 27th, 2018 12:05 pm

On Wednesday (March 28) the Public Transportation Review Board will discuss the possible expansion of transit connecting Milwaukee workers to the upcoming Foxconn facility in Racine County. The Board will review rail and bus opportunities including the proposed expanded Amtrak service line and the proposed expanded Milwaukee County bus line.

Representatives from Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission will join the board as it considers the costs, travel times and frequency of services to-and-from Foxconn, according to Board Chair Alderman Robert J. Bauman.

The Public Transportation Review Board’s meeting tomorrow (Wednesday, March 28 at 10 a.m. in room 301-B at City Hall, 200 E. Wells St.) The meeting will be carried live on the City Channel at www.milwaukee.gov/channel25.

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4 thoughts on “Transit options for Foxconn plant on agenda for Public Transportation Review Board”

  1. Terry says:

    Good Lord I couldn’t imagine anything worse than riding a bus to a low pay, no benefits slave wage job at FoxCON. Welcome to the Third World Wisconsin! Ain’t Walker’s Wississippi grand! All aboard the Shame Train! Chooo chooo! Next stop, poverty and hopelessness!

    Dump Walker 2018

  2. WashCoRepub says:

    …”projected to have an average annual salary of $53,875 plus benefits.”

    -Source: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, July 26, 2017.

  3. Dave Reid says:

    The tax credits kick in for jobs at $30,000

  4. Terry says:

    …like I said, low pay, no benefits, slave wage Government subsidized crap jobs. But hey, at least each “job” is only going to cost Wisconsin taxpayers $230,000.00 each! What a great deal for taxpayers! And we’ll only be on the hook until the the mid 2040’s! “Fiscal conservatism” and “small limited government” at its very best. Thanks Walker! Thanks republicans!

    Dump Walker 2018

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