Annual Meeting

The Wisconsin Transit Riders Alliance has annual meetings to listen to keynote speakers, elect officers, decide policy and address issues.

The 2017 Annual Meeting will be held March 30 12 – 1 PM in the first floor Conference Room of the Madison Central Public Library, 201 W Mifflin St. View Map download flyer. A block away from the Capitol, the library is accessible by any number of buses that go downtown. There is a parking rack for bicycles by the library’s entrance, and a parking lot for automobiles across Mifflin St. A number of intercity buses travel to Madison from various places in Wisconsin (see * below). Ian Ritz, Chief of the Transit Section of the Bureau of Transit, Local Roads, Railroads and Harbors, Wisconsin Department of Transportation will speak on the future of transit in Wisconsin.

If you cannot come to the meeting in person but would like to join us by phone, please contact the secretary/treasurer Susan De Vos at smdevos@witransitriders.org.

* Badger Bus   Jefferson Lines   Greyhound   Lamers Bus Lines   Megabus   Van Galder


 

Past meetings were:

    • In 2016 the Annual Meeting was held April 19 10 AM-12 PM in n the first Floor Conference Room of the Madison Central Public Library, 201 W. Mifflin St. Nino Amato, President of the Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups spoke on transportation options for Wisconsin’s aging population.
    • In 2015 the Annual Meeting was held April 22 1-2:30 PM in the first Floor Conference Room of the Madison Central Public Library 201 W Mifflin St. Steve Hiniker, Executive Director of 1000 Friends of Wisconsin spoke on the future of transit in Wisconsin.
    • In 2014 the Annual Meeting was held May 22 10 AM-12 PM in Rm. 302 of the Madison Central Public Library, 201 W. Mifflin St. George Wiesner, General Manager of Madison’s Best Western Inn on the Park spoke on the idea of having shuttle service between downtown Madison and the Dane County Airport. Gary Goyke, Legislative Liaison to the Wisconsin Urban and Rural Transit Association gave an update on transit’s position in the legislative process.

 

 

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