We’re Madison Freewheel Bicycle Co., and we’re the nonprofit that will be running the Madison Bicycle Center when the Judge Doyle Square project opens (projected open date will be around Thanksgiving). We want to use our Access Hour to talk about the Bike Center, Freewheel, and the work we do surrounding transportation justice.
What’s happening in local governance? For today’s episode, guest host Ron Luskin gets the updates from Alder Mike Verveer of the City of Madison Common Council. They cover a lot of ground, including the council’s recent meeting, Judge Doyle Square, liquor licenses on State Street, last year’s flooding events, and more.
Judge Doyle Square is the name for two important blocks in downtown Madison. They’re at the heart of a proposed development that is now 10 years in the making. This project encompasses numerous city issues, including parking, hotel rooms, the value of Monona Terrace, a public market, aging municipal offices, tax incremental financing, and business […]
(WORT) — Now that Exact Sciences is no longer participating, what’s next for the embattled Judge Doyle Square project? Dylan Brogan has the latest from Madison Mayor Paul Soglin.
(WORT) — Exact Sciences is ditching a plan to develop a new headquarters downtown as part of the City of Madison’s Judge Doyle Square project.
MADISON (WORT) — After nine hours of debate, the Madison Common Council voted to approve the controversial Judge Doyle Square project this week. In the wee hours of the morning Wednesday, alders voted 12 to 6 to make the $200 million project a reality.