Sep 17, 2021
Every year in Wisconsin, people die needlessly on or around railroad tracks. Many of these accidents occur where there are warning devices alerting drivers and pedestrians to the presence of trains.
Sept 20-26 is Rail Safety Week in Wisconsin and throughout North America. Gary Koerner, state coordinator of Operation...
Aug 17, 2021
Just about anywhere you go today, you will see help wanted signs. This labor shortage predates the pandemic, but the events of the last year (or so) certainly exacerbated the issue.
Dave Steele, executive director of the Regional Transit Leadership Council, joins TDA's Debby Jackson on the latest episode of the On The...
Jul 15, 2021
A significant part of the state’s economy, tourism was one of the hardest-hit sectors during the pandemic. But now, with the vaccine readily available, communities open for business, and pent-up travel demand, Wisconsinites are hitting the road this summer after more than a year of sticking close to home. In the...
Jun 22, 2021
AirVenture, described as the closest thing America has to a
national airshow, returns to Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh
July 26 through August 1 after a one-year hiatus due to the
In the latest episode of the On the Go Podcast, TDA Executive Director Debby Jackson speaks with Dick Knapinski, director...
May 27, 2021
Bikes are booming!
During the pandemic, sales of bikes skyrocketed, and the trend continues.
Bike-share programs have also seen tremendous growth in many cities across the country, and Madison and Milwaukee bike-share systems thrive.
As Bike Month comes to a close, Morgan Ramaker, Executive Director of BCycle,...