SERTA: Transit News & Notes

Transit Advocates

 Click on the links below to learn more about these transit-supporting organizations:

   

1000 Friends of Wisconsin advocates and promotes uses of land, water and air that shape healthy communities where people want to live, work, and play. Our work focuses on helping communities make the connection between our everyday land use and transportation decisions and our state’s economic, environmental and cultural health. Learn More…

 AFSCME Local 882

AFSCME Local 882 is proud to be a partner in solutions for resolving our current transit crisis. With over one thousand members we are advocates for transportation reforms that will bring southeastern Wisconsin into the 21’st century and provide the necessary infrastructure improvements that will bring economic growth and prosperity to this region. Learn More…

 

The Coalition for Advancing Transit’s (CAT) mission is to foster regional cooperation, political and community support for the preservation, improvement and expansion of public transit to serve residents, businesses and visitors throughout southeastern Wisconsin through outreach, education and advocacy.  Learn More…

 

 The Southeastern Regional Transit Authority (SERTA) was created by the Wisconsin State Legislature and Governor in July 2009. The function of SERTA under State law is to oversee the development of commuter rail service in Kenosha, Racine, and Milwaukee Counties. Learn More…

 

 Transit NOW’s mission is to link people with jobs, spur sustainable economic development and enhance the quality of life in SE Wisconsin through outreach, education, and advocacy. They network with hundreds of businesses, community organizations, and individuals to facilitate positive transportation solutions. Learn More…

 

 UEDA supports housing and economic development initiatives that revitalize Wisconsin communities. We build capacity in the housing and economic development field through professional training, innovative solutions, policy advocacy and collaboration. Learn more…

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  1. Kurt Zunker said, on February 17, 2010 at 1:44 pm

    AFSCME Local 882 is proud to be a partner in solutions for resolving our current transit crisis. With over one thousand members we are advocates for transportation reforms that will bring southeastern Wisconsin into the 21’st century and provide the necessary infrastructure improvements that will bring economic growth and prosperity to this region.


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