Madison: Nationally-Recognized Walk Friendly Communities in America
The Walk Friendly Communities program awarded the City its Gold Level designation based on the City’s work in prioritizing pedestrians and creating safer, comfortable and inviting places to walk. Madison is the first city in Wisconsin to earn the Gold level designation and is one of only sixteen cities in the United States to receive that designation.
Madison: 2nd Best City in the U.S. for Bicycling
People for Bikes 2020 annual ratings of the best cities for bicycling in the U.S. ranked Madison second nationwide. For the last three years, Madison has ranked in the top 10 each year.
Madison: Platinum-Level Bicycle-Friendly Community
The League of American Bicyclists designated the City as a Platinum Level Bicycle Friendly Community.
State Finalist: East Johnson Reconstruction Project
E. Johnson Reconstruction project was selected as a State Finalist through the American Council of Engineering Companies of Wisconsin Engineering Excellence Awards Competition.
2014 Public Works Transportation Project of the Year
American Public Works Association awarded the 2014 Public Works Transportation Project of the Year to the reconstruction of Mineral Point Road and Junction Road.
2015 Public Works Transportation Project of the Year
American Public Works Association awarded the 2015 Public Works Transportation Project of the Year to the reconstruction of State Street.