Transportation Alternatives Analysis
for the
Dane County / Greater Madison
Metropolitan Area


What's New

Implementation Task Force
Begins Work in Dec 2003
Transport 2020 RFP Issued


Summary Report of OAC

Final Consultant Report
City Resolution

Study Info

Problem Statement

 Goals & Objectives

Study Corridor



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Implementation Task Force Meetings
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Public Information Meetings

PIM #3 - Presentation of the draft Locally Preferred Alternative
Our third public information meeting, held on Monday May 13, 2002 at the Alliant Energy Center, gave people a chance to get updated on the progress of the study and to comment on the draft Locally Preferred Alternative (LPA) for the greater Madison metropolitan area. As the third and final public information meeting on the Transport 2020 study, the meeting focused on the study’s recommendation for the Locally Preferred Alternative.

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As customary, time was allotted preceding the meeting to allow visitors to talk one-on-one with Transport 2020 study staff. Visitors were able to get briefed on the progress of the study prior to the presentation at 6 p.m. The presentation was then followed by a question-and-answer session.     

PIM #2 – Presentation of Alternatives
The second public information meeting was held on August 15, 2001 at the Alliant Energy Center.  The meeting was an opportunity to comment on and learn more about this important study and the alternatives being analyzed.

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Attendees were encouraged to share their thoughts on transit technologies, screening analyses, preliminary recommendations regarding which alternatives to study in additional detail, and other matters of concern.


PIM #1 – Project Introduction
The first public information meeting was held in October of 2000.   A crowd of approximately one hundred people attended the meeting.  The purpose of the first public meeting was to present preliminary information and obtain public input on the Corridor and Study Area, Problem Statement, Goals and Objectives of the Study, and preliminary alternatives.  Representatives of the Parsons Brinckerhoff team, WisDOT, Dane County and the City of Madison were available for discussion.

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Comments from attendees addressed transit technologies, land use futures, traffic concerns, the potential impact of highway improvements on the region, grade crossing concerns, accessibility for disabled people, and bicycle issues.  

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