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.
Upcoming legal holidays will cause Transportation Services office closures, reduced Metro Transit service, and other service reductions.
Transportation Services offices are closed Nov. 25 and Metro Transit buses will run reduced service Nov. 25-26. Certain parking rules will be waived Nov. 26, with most surface lots available without a permit.
The Madison Marathon is Sunday, Nov. 14 and the route travels through parts of downtown Madison and the UW-Madison campus. Expect detours and delays from approximately 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
A new survey asks UW–Madison community members to provide feedback on parking and transportation-related products and services. Please take this survey if you received an invitation–your participation is very important!
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.
Campus is once again operating at full capacity—this includes campus buses. Remember: riding the bus remains a safe way to travel!
Metro Transit is again asking for community feedback as they move into Phase 2 of Madison’s bus network redesign. The latest survey asks for input on two network alternatives. Be sure to share your thoughts!
Expect detours and delays on campus and in the Madison area on Sunday, Sept. 12 for Ironman Wisconsin. The marathon route impacts several campus roads between 11:30 a.m. and midnight.