Results tagged with 'traffic'
Published Dec. 2, 2015
Columbia St. Mary's has floated the idea of building a skywalk over Prospect Avenue, just north of North, to connect the Prospect Medical Commons with Columbia St. Mary's Hospital across the street. Neighborhood collaboration can create a better plan.
Published Dec. 15, 2014
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation thinks you're dumb. Really dumb. Worse, they want you to pay a lot of money for the privilege of being called dumb by them.
Published Dec. 4, 2014
Beginning on the evening of Dec. 12, the Jackson/Van Buren Street exit ramp from I-794 East will be closed until further notice. That means "for a long time."
Published July 22, 2014
It's easy to complain about highway construction in Milwaukee. After all, it's pretty much a constant. When one project finishes, another begins ... if we're lucky. More often, it seems like every interchange or stretch of freeway is being worked on all at once.
Published June 21, 2013
Great cities are built for people. Thus, it's important to soften traffic and for you stop for pedestrians. Obeying the law also is important.
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Friday February 15th, 2013 – Fox Lake, IL/Mishawaka, IN The next time I move anywhere – and I hope it’s not very soon – I’m going to have to pay a lot more attention to hidden but important details that impact me more than I had imagined. Freeway acce...
Monday January 28th, 2013 – Fox Lake, IL Everyone on this planet is at least a wee bit crazy to a certain degree, and I have yet to hear of or personally meet any exceptions. We’ve all got tweaks and quirks of some sort, and it becomes an issue of whether we choose to ...
Sunday December 9th, 2012 – Milwaukee, WI/Harris, MI Today was the day to pay the piper for all the weather breaks I caught on this week’s run to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I knew when I accepted the booking that the wrath of winter could end up with a starring r...
Saturday October 13th, 2012 – California, PA/Wauconda, IL No matter how special any particular show might have been the night before, there’s always an inevitable reality the next day of having to get to the next gig. The energy of the night before is a distant memory ...
Monday April 21st, 2008 - Chicago, IL Just when I thought there were no new ways to suffer I had a whole scenario play out at the end of the day today that could be made into a movie script. The question is whether it would be a comedy or a horror flick. The fates seemed to feel a need to torture...
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