Transport & Access
Projects & Initiatives
Bicycle & Pedestrian Projects
- State Street 700/800 Blocks ($4.9 million) – 2014
- Goodman Path ($2.7 million in 2014; $5.8 million total) – 2014 through 2019.
- Ice Age Junction Path and Junction Road Overpass ($970,000 in 2014; $12 million total) – 2014 through 2019.
- West Towne Bike Path and Whitney Way Bike Crossing ($100,000 in 2014; $5.4 million total) – 2014 through 2019.
2015 – 2019 Capital Improvement Plan Projects
- Hoepker Road Bridge ($5.9 million – City GO debt and state and federal funding) – 2015-2016.
- Atwood Avenue ($830,000 in 2019; $8.3 million in future years – City GO debt and state and federal funding).
- Monroe Street ($10.5 million) – 2016 and 2017; 100% funded from City GO debt and special assessments.
- McKee Road (County Highway PD) West and East of County Highway M ($27 million – City GO debt and other municipalities, Dane County, state, federal funding) – 2015-2019; capacity expansion to address traffic needs associated with Epic Systems facility expansions in addition to residential growth.
- Darbo-Webb Connection ($550,000) – 2018; new street in response to neighborhood plan and Neighborhood Resource Team coordination efforts.
Major Street Improvement Projects
Significant investments have been made over the past several years to improve pavement conditions on arterials, collectors and local streets. The capital budget allocates sufficient funding to sustain those improvements and to address capacity needs in growth areas of the City. Some of the key major streets projects include:
- County Highway M projects ($7.5 million in 2014; $33.4 million total – City GO debt and other municipalities, Dane County, state, federal funding) – 2014 through 2016.
- East Johnson Street ($7.1 million in 2014; $11.4 million total – City GO debt and state and federal funding) – 2014; 2017-2018.
- King and Main Streets ($1.1 million) – 2014; part of on-going Outer Capitol Loop reconstruction effort.
- Royster Clark Development ($2.7 million in 2014; $5.5 million total) – 2014 and 2015; infrastructure investments associated with major redevelopment project.
Regional Transportation Plan: The RTP is an integrated, multi-modal system plan that provides the overall framework for transportation planning and investment decision making in the region.
2014-2018 Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), which the Madison Area TPB updates annually, is a coordinated listing of short-range transportation improvement projects anticipated to be undertaken in the next five-year period. The TIP is the mechanism by which the long-range transportation plan is implemented, and represents the transportation improvement priorities of the region.