As recently announced by Senator Tammy Baldwin, the City of Madison received a TIGER for the UrbanFootprint Transit-Oriented Development Station Area Planning Initiative. As noted by Senator Baldwin, “The UrbanFootprint Initiative will set the stage for the expansion of the Bus… Read More
At their July meeting, the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission (CARPC) approved a resolution authorizing the Commission to execute the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Phase 2 of Capital Region Sustainable Communities (CRSC). CRSC includes governments, businesses and non-profits working together… Read More
On September 2, the City of Madison Common Council passed Resolution 34692 which directs the Equity Core Team, an interdepartmental team with representatives from various City agencies, to develop an equity pilot project. The equity pilot project will draw upon the report, “Geography… Read More
Capital Region Sustainable Communities recently developed trial indicators and metrics to measure progress towards its priority challenges during the implementation phase. Your input is valued – tell us what you think by commenting to the blog or via the… Read More
The Wisconsin Chapter of the American Planning Association (WAPA) recognized the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission (CARPC) and Stoughton area leaders and staff for their “scenarios planning” tool. The award, presented at the WAPA conference on June 12, recognized “Innovations… Read More
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