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University of Wisconsin–Madison Transportation Services and the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin will offer free bike valet parking at all Badger football games this season.
With the football season beginning on a weekday when the Badgers open their season against UNLV at Camp Randall Stadium the night of Thursday, Sept. 1, the campus faces some unusual challenges.
Drivers in the campus area are being reminded that North Charter Street is closed between Observatory and Linden drives due to an underground utility project related to steam and chilled water service.
Madison Metro Transit staff will be holding a session at Union South, 1308 W. Dayton St., on Tuesday, April 26, from 7-9 p.m., to present…
A forum encouraging students, visitors, faculty and staff to discuss disabled parking on campus will be held April 20.
Since the construction fencing went up around the site of the School of Human Ecology's addition last spring, many pedestrians at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have paid little or no attention to the signs telling them that the sidewalk on the north side of Linden Drive is closed and urging them to use the sidewalk on the south side of the roadway.
The summer construction season on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus is finally drawing to a close after more than five months of traffic detours and delays. The work on several major utility projects began in mid-May following spring commencement weekend.
Transportation Services is putting a suggestion into action this month by downsizing at least one of its vehicles from four wheels to two.
Employees can begin picking up their complimentary Madison Metro bus passes beginning Monday, Aug. 16.
Alan Fish, UW–Madison associate vice chancellor for facilities and Tim Erdman, chairman and CEO of Erdman Holdings, Inc., are going for a bike ride on Monday, June 7, and they're inviting anyone heading toward campus to come along for the ride.
UW Transportation Services continues its series of open forums in May to gather feedback about program changes now being evaluated. The first session, held at…
The university will be hosting the annual Wisconsin High School Forensic Association State Speech Festival on Friday and Saturday, April 17–18. Up to 5,000 students from throughout the state will take part.
Facing the prospect of a budget deficit, UW Transportation Services is evaluating program changes that will affect all members of the campus community
It's high school tournament time and the University of Wisconsin–Madison's Kohl Center is again hosting the WIAA wrestling, boys’ and girls’ basketball tournaments.
Beginning Jan. 2, the maximum number of SAFEride cab trips will change from four per month to six per semester.
UW Commuter Solutions at the University of Wisconsin–Madison is encouraging the campus community to take part in Bike to Work Week - which runs from Saturday, June 6-Friday, June 12 - to support the two-wheeled alternative to driving alone.
University of Wisconsin–Madison faculty and staff are encouraged to bike to work and log their cycling hours for the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin's Bike to Work Week, June 6-12.
Beginning today (April 13), Transportation Services at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will spend the week spreading information on alternatives to driving alone.