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RNC Operational Updates for Monday, July 15, through Friday, July 19

The Milwaukee County Courthouse will remain open during the Republican National Convention (RNC). All court operations (Civil and Family Filings, Restraining Orders, Probate, In Custody Intake Court, Preliminary Hearings) will be operating at Vel Phillips Juvenile Justice Center (10201 W. Watertown Plank Rd. Wauwatosa, WI.) For more information about how other Milwaukee County services and operations will be impacted during the RNC, visit Milwaukee County's RNC updates webpage.  

All 19 municipalities are at varying levels of participation in and alignment with our Complete Communities Transportation Planning process.  They have all been open to having Milwaukee County DOT hold a public meeting to engage with their residents.  Most municipalities will be participating in the development of their own Safe Streets Action Plan, thus making those municipalities eligible to apply for federal funding to help pay for street infrastructure, design and traffic calming improvements.

MCDOT has received two grant awards to support the Complete Communities Transportation Planning process in Milwaukee County:

Phase One: Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)

  • Source: Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT)
  • Award amount: $235,000 ($188,000 federal/state + $47,000 local match)
  • Link to award: FFY 2022-2026 Transportation Alternatives Program Awards
  • Grant period: Jan. 1, 2023-Dec. 31, 2025 (three years)
  • Timeline:  Spring 2023 through Fall 2024
  • Description: During the first phase of the Complete Communities Planning Project (TAP grant initiative), MCDOT and its partners, including the Medical College of Wisconsin, will collaborate to create a data hub that can identify and monitor “hotspots” of high-priority in real time using crash/accident, injury, and fatality data, law enforcement data (tickets issued for reckless driving violations), and hospital data; engage community and other stakeholders in identified areas on a continuing basis to ensure community-based, universal design solutions are implemented; and convene an ongoing advisory group comprised of subject-matter experts in transportation and urban planning, civil engineering, business, law enforcement, accessibility and mobility advocacy, public and population health, social change, and behavioral science.
  • Municipal partners (15): Bayside*, Brown Deer*, Cudahy*, Franklin, Glendale*, Greendale*, Greenfield, Hales Corners, Oak Creek, Milwaukee*, River Hills, Shorewood*, Wauwatosa*, West Allis*, West Milwaukee, and Whitefish Bay*. Every Milwaukee County municipality is invited to partner on this opportunity and MCDOT welcomes input from all Milwaukee County residents regardless of the municipality in which they live.
  • Consultant-Stakeholder and community engagement, data management, performance tracking, project management, and reporting: MUSE Community + Design
  • Deliverables: 20 public meetings (one in each of the 19 municipalities, two in the City of Milwaukee) and transportation safety assessment report

Phase Two: Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A)

  • Source: U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT)
  • Award amount: $1,000,000 ($800,000 federal + $200,000 local match)
  • Link to awardSS4A 2022 Awards
  • Grant period: Grant period:  January 1, 2024 - December 31, 2025 (two years)
  • Timeline:  Winter 2024 through Fall 2025
  • Description: During the second phase of the project (SS4A grant initiative) MCDOT and its partners will build on the work completed through the TAP grant initiative to produce Milwaukee County’s first-ever comprehensive, Countywide Action Plan, with the goal of significantly reducing the number of serious injuries on our roadways and eliminating transportation-related fatalities by the end of 2028. The Action Plan will include data-driven, proven, and actionable strategies and solutions that are inclusive of all roadway users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, public transportation riders, personal conveyance, micromobility users, motorists, and commercial vehicle operators. Solutions will be piloted/tested and then scaled appropriately based on data using a Plan, Do, Study, Act approach for each identified area to create a transportation system that is inclusive, equitable, safe, and sustainable,
  • Municipal partners (11): Bayside*, Brown Deer*, Cudahy*, Glendale*, Greendale*, Milwaukee*, Shorewood*, South Milwaukee, Wauwatosa*, West Allis*, and Whitefish Bay*. Every Milwaukee County municipality is invited to partner on this opportunity and MCDOT welcomes input from all Milwaukee County residents regardless of the municipality in which they live.
  • Deliverables: Action Plan

*Indicates a municipality that is participating in both grant initiatives/phases of the project.

MILWAUKEE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Donna Brown-Martin, Director
10320 W. Watertown Plank Rd., 2nd Floor
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
(414) 257-5992

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