Improving the speed of buses across the city is part of a strategy intended to keep pace with rapid population growth in Madison, one of the fastest-growing cities in the state. Over the last decade, the city’s added more than 36,000 residents, and that growth isn’t expected to slow down anytime soon.
How Do You Run a Bus System in Winter?
This past Friday, the Madison area got more than 5 inches of snow. Among services affected by the snowstorm was the city’s bus system which saw several delays. But snow […]
Report Shows Public Transit Ridership Dropped Significantly Since Befo...
As the pandemic began in 2020 and working from home became the new normal, rush hour traffic and the use of public transportation predictably dropped significantly. But as businesses began […]
City Updates: Bus Rapid Transit and Zoning Changes
Today’s show is all about city updates! First, Thomas Lynch and Justin Stuehrenberg from the Department of Transportation tell us about the latest developments on bringing a Bus Rapid Transit […]
Betting on Mass Transit for Economic Recovery
When people are told to stay six feet away from each other to avoid catching a potentially deadly virus, large assemblies are banned and millions of people suddenly start working […]
Improving Public Transit for a More Just and Sustainable Society
For today’s public transit show, we first talk to professor Kafui Attoh about affects of the coronavirus pandemic on bus-ridership, the right to the city, transportation justice, and the intersections […]