Community Listening Session on Milwaukee's Public Transit Crisis
Monday, December 3, 2012 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Washington Park Senior Center (4420 W. Vliet St.) on the 31 & 33 bus lines
The facility is accessible and sign language interpreters will be provided. Please refrain from wearing scented products. For more information, or if you have other accommodation needs, contact Mike Wilder at mike@
- Do you depend on the bus to get to work, school, medical care, shopping?
- Do you want to work in the suburbs, but can’t because of lack of bus service?
- Do you prefer riding the bus to driving, but find your routes are being cut back?
- Is your para-transit operator missing your appointments?
Come tell your story to elected officials and the community! They need to hear from you about what the bus system means to you and your family and why you need them to make it better!
This listening session is sponsored by the ACLU of Wisconsin, African-American Roundtable, ATU Local 998, Black Health Coalition of Wisconsin, Citizen Action of Wisconsin,Disability Rights Wisconsin, IndependenceFirst, MICAH, Midwest Environmental Advocates,Milwaukee Transit Riders Union, 9to5, Wisconsin Interfaith Power and Light, and Volunteers of America of Wisconsin.