Article on Bicycling in Milwaukee

Posted by Doug Shidell, August 21st, 2012

This morning’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has a front-page article about the growth of interest in bicycling in Milwaukee. You can read it here: Milwaukee keeps  rolling on path to being bike friendly. The city plans to paint more bike lanes and, on roads that are too narrow, add “sharrows” that indicate cars and bikes must share the roadway.

Other Milwaukee news: a ground breaking is planned for Thursday, August 30 at 9:30 am for an extension of the Hank Aaron State Trail in the direction of the domes. Hank Aaron is expected to attend. It will be held at Valley Passage (where the trail crosses the Menomonee River and a side trail goes south to the new branch of the Urban Ecology Center (opening in September) and the Wisconsin Bike Fed offices.

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