Streets and Sidewalks


by Christopher Yue | 06/09/2015 - 10:26am

Changes in state budget could hinder bike purchases, make bike lanes less common

by Scott Girard | 05/31/2013 - 12:49pm

If a red-shirted volunteer asks you to change your regular Sunday drive route this weekend, it’s because up to 25,000 bikers could soon be passing through as part of Madison's fifth annual “Ride the Drive” event.

by Susan DeVos | 05/15/2013 - 8:23pm

Madison Area Bus Advocates address cuts, prioritizing buses as Madison begins talks on city budget

by Emily Eggleston | 05/13/2013 - 9:05am

Bike to Work Week is back with events all week around Madison

by Susan Endres | 04/11/2013 - 9:52am

Around 30 people attended a public hearing the evening of Wednesday, April 10 to weigh in on possible changes to Madison bus routes.

April 10, Public forum on Metro serviceApril 10, Public forum on Metro serviceThe City of Madison Transit and Parking Commission listened to the comments and concerns of about 20 Madison residents. Most attendees focused on the proposed changes to bus routes 14 and 15 at Sheboygan Avenue on the west side, but others had suggestions for routes 9, 10 and 18, among others.

by Community Shares | 04/02/2013 - 7:53am

April Heroes include volunteers with the Rape Crisis Center and Citizens for Safe Water Around Badger

by Yilang Peng | 03/26/2013 - 8:05pm

Explore the long term impacts of winter road salt use on Madison's roads, ecosystems, and watershed

by Haley Perrin | 03/20/2013 - 10:08pm

B-Cycle reopened their bike stations on March 20 and will lauch bikes with poems  in April

by Susan DeVos | 03/20/2013 - 4:50pm

Madison Area Bus Advocates column looks at how Madison Metro funding sources vary over the years

by Haley Perrin | 01/17/2013 - 8:46pm

Madison's Parking Utility trying alternative to parking meters on Winnebago Street

by Susan DeVos | 12/30/2012 - 10:24pm

Madison’s Metro Transit needs a skeletal snow emergency plan. Our winters are harsh; we can have excessive snowfalls, and conditions are not always amenable to a “business as usual” format. So despite all our technology, there are simply times when we need a contingency plan, as during the recent blizzard of Thursday, Dec. 20. Fortunately, Wisconsin’s governor declared a state of emergency that day so all government offices, schools, and other enterprises uniformly shut down.

by Rory Linnane | 11/05/2012 - 7:59pm

Neighbors rally to defend six fruit trees in right-of-way outside a Meadowood home.