The 2010 Urban Mobility Report, the most accurate picture of traffic congestion in 439 U.S. urban areas, now includes information about truck delay and the economic impact of congestion specific to trucking.
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.
All those planning to attend President Barack Obama’s Democratic National Committee political rally on the University of Wisconsin–Madison on Tuesday, Sept. 28 should keep in mind several important logistical details.
Construction crews that have been working on the East Campus Utility Project since late May have encountered a setback due to numerous unforeseen conflicts with underground utility pipes that have been in that area for a very long time.
Traffic patterns will be altered on several campus-area streets again this summer as the final phase of the East Campus Utility Project begins on Monday, May 17. The work is expected to continue through mid-August.
Close to 80,000 Wisconsin football fans are expected to descend upon Camp Randall Stadium for the Badgers’ season-opener with Northern Illinois Saturday evening and UW Athletics officials are advising fans to be aware of areas of construction in Madison and around the stadium.
You know the saying: Road construction is Wisconsin’s fifth season. And this year it arrived in full force for city of Madison and UW–Madison throughfares when temperatures rose and students took off for the summer.