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Monday, May 23, 2016
MPA LLC Extends NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE WEEK through Saturday, May 28, 2016 SATURDAY TALK
May 23, 2016 MILWAUKEE | Public Transportation INFRASTRUCTURE is a major focus of Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC.
National Infrastructure Week (NIW), May 16 – 23 has been expanded to Friday, May 27, 2016, to bring broader attention to the needs of Milwaukeeans, the need for City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County to investment in the infrastructure to advance access to public transportation instead of bait-n-switch claims to BRT-Bus Transit issues and bait-n-switch plans tied to mega funding from the Federal Transit Administration using rigged assessment not in-line with the ridership and their dependency on public transportation.
On Thursday and Friday, May 26-27, 2016, Bus Tours Blue line, Purple Line, 279, 6, 61- riding on routes and talking to ridership and drivers to talk about what they see are major Infrastructure concerns. We will also do BUS STOP surveys.
A Call to the Press is asked to help get the word out about the NEED of INFRASTRUCTURE support for better public transportation.
ATU Union 998
We are asking ATU 998 to provide members for a Focus Group discussion of what would make the routes, buses, employee benefits, and customer care better.
“After decades of inadequate investment, the city of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County infrastructure that our CORE CONSTITUENTS and businesses rely on to grow and prosper is crumbling,” said Mary Glass, Chair/Chief Visionary Officer. “Investment in our infrastructure, particularly in public transit, is a key ingredient to help African American, other People of Color and the Work Challenged people get to/from jobs, improve race relations, impact risky behavior borne out of Enduring Concentrated Poverty and to drive growth in our urban and rural communities with 21st Century options for public transportation.”
We not only seek standardize customer care to meet the needs of the public/ridership and day-to-day business connections of those dependent forquality of life and economic development, but we prepare for the future in strategic planning of/with the urban and rural population for lifestyle improvements in the future such as the Straddle Bus.