The latest plan by members of the City-County Carjacking and Reckless Driving Task Force contains strategies they believe will finally make a difference if implemented, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Thanks to a grant from the Anonymous Fund at the Greater Milwaukee Foundation residents of Milwaukee County Residents can get a free 30-day Bublr Bikes pass throughout the month of June.
Anxiety in the community continues to rise ever since the MCTS recently announced that 16 routes are in danger of being cut, two routes are potentially being shortened, and some seasonal services will be eliminated, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Bird, the scooters that dotted the sidewalks of Downtown Milwaukee last summer, will rejoin the scooter scene on Wednesday, as part of the city-run pilot program. They will join the 500 Lime scooters already on the streets.
Slow down. And Take It EZ Milwaukee. That's the theme of the city's new safe-driving campaign, designed to reduce reckless driving by increasing law enforcement at four especially dangerous intersections, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
The City of Milwaukee DPW has approved the first company for participation in the City's Dockless Scooter Pilot Study. DPW expects dockless scooters from Lime will be available for use as soon as today, Tuesday, July 23.
The Milwaukee County Transportation, Public Works and Transit Committee has discussed replacing current transit security with a Transit Security Division operated by the sheriff's office. Here are some things you need to know, courtesy of Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
Jokes abound about how some people would rather get a root canal than a shop for a new car, but people who sell cars are seriously happy to provide tips on what you, the customer, can do to make the process more pleasant.
Fratney and Wright were selected thanks to their low impact on the already low traffic flow, position between busy arterial streets, promoting connectivity between neighborhoods, and proximity to the Beerline bike trail.
Just because you can get 797 horses doesn't mean you should. Whether you should move up from a base engine to one with more get-up-and-go depends on how you answer few questions about how you plan to use the vehicle and how much you want to spend.
Today the Common Council approved legislation sponsored by Alderman Robert Bauman that regulates motorized scooters in the City of Milwaukee. The ordinance also directs the DPW to establish a Dockless Scooter Pilot Study to evaluate their operation.
Cycling and pedestrian improvements make streets safer for motorists, too.
You may want to get through a construction zone as quickly as possible, but everyone's number one suggestion for making it through as safely as possible is to slow down.
The Milwaukee County Transit System is considering reducing bus service by 10 percent in 2020 to deal with a $6.4 million budget deficit, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
In a ranking of the best Complete Streets Policies of 2018, the non-profit, non-partisan National Complete Streets Coalition placed Milwaukee third, noting that, "Milwaukee's policy earned 60 points - it's a solid policy with all of the basics."