Friday, June 19, 2009

Milwaukee, Waukesha Officials Spar Over Zoo Interchange

Milwaukee aldermen are beginning to publicly oppose the $2.3 billion Zoo Interchange project because it contains wasteful spending and unneeded widening.

Waukesha-area officials want the project to cut a few seconds off their constituents, commutes.

It may be that the Zoo Interchange is the best location to introduce road tolling in Wisconsin.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If Waukesha officials gave two hoots about their constituents' commutes, they would have supported light rail 20 years ago, instead of being the regressive cave people they are and walling up the County in every way they can.