January 14, 2014
Claims policy banning firearms from buses and from bus shelters violates a provision in a 2011 Wisconsin law that allows people to obtain licenses to carry concealed weapons
January 8, 2014
Claims transit system policy banning firearms from buses and from bus shelters violates a provision in a 2011 Wisconsin law that allows people to obtain licenses to carry concealed weapons.
March 18, 2013
In part due to a compromise to pay for part of the costs requested by University of Wisconsin Transportation Services and partly because of a projected increase in the cost of renting services from Madison Metro.
November 19, 2012
Madison Metro presented to University of Wisconsin, Madison students some proposed bus route improvements, including more frequency and accessibility for students with disabilities.
October 2, 2012
Recognized as APTA’s Outstanding Public Transportation System Award for an agency with more than four million, fewer than 20 million passenger trips annually, in part due to its partners and employees, according to GM Chuck Kamp.
April 25, 2011
The Madison Metro Transit Planning Department, university transportation planning officials and students have been meeting since late fall to redraw the routes.
February 28, 2011
Gov. Scott Walker’s budget repair bill may significantly increase transportation costs. Federal funding can only be issued when transit workers have collective bargaining rights, which the bill aims to take away.
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