UPCOMING TRANSPORTATION & PARKING STUDY OUTREACH ON-CAMPUS
Open Office Hours: Union Panther Connection – 1st Floor, Wednesday April 2 & Thursday April 3 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
The consultant for the study, Nelson|Nygaard, will have an information booth and headquarters set up in the Panther Connect space, which is located adjacent to the Union Grind location. Consultants will be on-hand from 9am – 4pm each day to conduct interviews with walk-up guests. This is your chance for direct contact with the team that will help shape the future of UWM’s parking and transit systems.
Transportation Open Forum: Golda Meir Library – East Wing, Wednesday April 2 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Representatives from UWM’s parking & transit services, along with regional transit, roadway and traffic authorities will be on-hand to share information and take questions from the public. Everyone is welcome to stop in and hear from the following organizations:
- UWM Parking and Transit
- UWM Bicycle Task Force
- UWM Police
- University Housing
- Washington County Transit Services
- City of Milwaukee
- South East Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission
Thanks to all 2,190 participants in the #UWMmoves survey! We’ll be posting some preliminary results on this page soon.
Please continue to leave comments! Your experiences are valuable to the University’s transportation plan.
UWM TRANSPORTATION STUDY PRELIMINARY FINDINGS
Click here to view the consultant’s presentation on preliminary findings at UWM.
Participation in the #UWMmoves survey, comment board, and other social media outreach is completely optional and serves as a supporting tool in campus engagement and opinion collection. Survey results will only be distributed as data, NOT individual responses; and those responses do not feed into the comment boards. At the end of the #UWMmoves survey, e-mail addresses are requested only for the purposes of awarding a prize and will only be used as such.