The City’s Department of Transportation—Traffic Engineering, Metro Transit, and the Parking Utility—have had to respond rapidly to changing needs in our community over the past 10 days. Metro Transit has instituted a variety of protocols and route changes to protect passenger and worker safety
Over the past 22 years, the Mayor’s Neighborhood Roundtable has been a great platform for those of us who want to learn and share ideas that motivate us to work collaboratively for a more thriving and equitable place to live. This is why I would like to invite you to attend the Mayor’s Neighborhood
This week, I unveiled my rapid transit plan called MetroForward>> a major investment in transit which will speed workforce transportation, reduce congestion and drive times, and build the transportation backbone of a vibrant regional economy.
Every budget is a statement of our values. My capital budget is rooted in my vision of how Madison can be a great city for everyone. A place where individuals and families thrive. A place where businesses start up, grow and prosper. A place where many come to study and play.
It’s been four months since I was sworn in, and honestly – it’s been a whirlwind. During this time, I’ve been focused on building a team and laying the groundwork for collaborations that will help us build a city where everyone can thrive.
Metro Transit is a crucial part of Madison’s infrastructure.
Madison’s projected growth is such that if transportation was left only to increased automobile use, many additional lanes of traffic would be needed in the city’s main travel corridors. Additional investment in public and