The City of Madison has submitted an application for federal Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) funding to complete the final phase of the Capital City Trail.
Moving Forward Capital City Path Extension to Connect Glacial Drumlin State Trailposted
Celebrate Women in Construction Week 2023 March 5-11, 2023!posted
The Engineering Division, in partnership with the Parks Division, Madison Water Utility and Traffic Engineering Division and Building Inspection Division, is proud to join the nationally-recognized Women in Construction We
Madison Awarded Federal Funding for Transportation Safety Project Planningposted
The US Department of Transportation announced the City of Madison has been selected for transportation safety planning funding as part of the US DOT Safe Streets and Roa
Data Shows Significant Decline in Traffic Fatalities and Serious Injuries in Madison for Two Consecutive Years since Initiation of Vision Zero Programposted
The Coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic that created a worldwide heath emergency also brought a traffic safety crisis to the United States, and to Madison.
Madison Celebrates Adult Crossing Guard Recognition Weekposted
The State of Wisconsin has declared the week of January 9 Adult School Crossing Guard Recognition Week. The City of Madison would like to honor the 58 dedicated Crossing Guards, who work at intersections throughou
Statement of Mayor Rhodes-Conway Regarding Council Approval of Madison’s Complete Green Streets Policyposted
This week, the Madison Common Council approved the new Complete Green Streets policy.
Passenger Rail Station Study Kick-off Meetingposted
The City of Madison is hosting a kick-off meeting for the Passenger Rail Station Study on December 7, 2022. The meeting offers in-person and virtual alternatives for attending.
World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victimsposted
Sunday, November 20, 2022, marks World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
October 15th is White Cane Safety Day in Madisonposted
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and Common Council has proclaimed Saturday, October 15, 2022 as “White Cane Safety Day” in the City of Madison.
Vision Zero Concludes This Year’s Speed Reductions with Segoe Rdposted
The next, and final, 2022 Vision Zero speed reduction takes place on Monday, October 10th on Segoe Rd, from University Ave to Odana Rd.
Vision Zero Continues Speed Reductions on a Section of Portage Rdposted
The next 2022 roadway improvement scheduled through the Vision Zero initiative takes place on Monday, September 26th to a section of Portage Rd, from East Washington Ave to Churchill Heights Park.
Let’s Talk Streetsposted
Join City of Madison staff and project consultants at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, for a virtual public presentation to share the draft Complete Green Streets framework, including priorities and decision-making