Learn about local and regional Bike Week events and bike resources available to the UW-Madison campus community and visitors.
Upcoming construction projects will cause lane closures on Charter Street, Walnut Street, and University Avenue/University Bay Drive. The closures impact vehicles, bicycles, buses, and pedestrians traveling to and from campus.
Eight new BCycle stations are being added to locations on the UW–Madison campus. Find a bike kiosk near you, and learn more about membership discounts for UW students and employees.
UW Transportation Services will host the League of American Bicyclists courses Smart Cycling: Traffic Skills 101 (May 21) and League Cycling Instructor Seminar (June 10-12). These events will take place at the WARF building, 610 Walnut St., Room 132.
Expect motor vehicle, transit, and cycling detours as Charter Street near Chamberlain Hall will close through late January. A section of western Lathrop Street closes December 20, meaning no thru traffic on the road.
UW-Madison has been recognized as one of the nation’s Best Universities for Commuters. The designation is given by Best Workplaces for Commuters, a program operated by the Center for Urban Transportation Research.
Starting November 15, construction will impact traffic lanes and pedestrian-bicycle routes on University Avenue between Mills and Charter Streets. Work is expected to last until March 2022.
Construction work on Sellery Hall and a steam utility project south of Johnson Street will impact traffic lanes and heavily utilized pedestrian-bicyclist routes—including East Campus Mall—during the 2021-22 fall semester.
Summer round-up of construction information affecting campus transportation routes. This article will be updated as information becomes available.
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