The Madison Metro School District is considering including two referenda on the November 2020 ballot. A facilities referendum would include three initiatives that together, would ask voters for over $300 million. The first question seeks to make renovations to the district’s four main high schools as enrollment is expected to increase over the next twenty […]
Taking the bus isn’t always the most convenient. But Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway, a bus commuter herself, is bringing changes to the Madison buses. Among the changes she wants are free summer passes for middle and high school students, more subsidized passes for low-income folks, a fleet of all electric busses, and new rapid bus […]
MADISON (WORT) — In the latest edition of Isthmus–Madison’s weekly newspaper–contributor Nathan Comp explores the paradox faced by Madison Metro. Despite surging popularity and reliance from riders, bus officials are finding it harder to provide satisfactory service.
On Monday, January 7, Madison Metro bus user Melvin Hinton will interview individuals associated with Madison Metro Transit, discussing how the Madison Metro system works, how to use it well, and maybe something about the historical successes of its drivers in the bus rodeos of yore.