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New public parking ramp opens on near east side

The ramp, at the corner of East Main and South Livingston Streets, also offers 5,500 square feet of commercial space in addition to 650 parking spots.

December 2018
SciArt Software helps companies get rid of unwanted weight

SciArt Software helps companies get rid of unwanted weight

There are a lot of cool things happening around Greater Madison — innovative local companies are breaking new ground every day — but few have as much potential to reshape a multitude of industries as SciArt Software.

December 2018

Frontier adds additional Las Vegas, Orlando flights from Madison

The Dane County Regional Airport announced that Frontier Airlines has added additional service to Las Vegas and Orlando beginning in January 2019.

December 2018
Towing the line

Towing the line

After growing up around his dad’s Fox Valley business, Van’s Towing, John Van, 24, managing partner of Finish Line Towing in Madison, says he appreciated his dad’s hard work, but never dreamed of filling his shoes.

December 2018

Monroe Street reopens

After eight months of road construction and a $21 million underground utility rebuild, Monroe Street reopens Wednesday to two-way traffic once again.

November 2018

Daily nonstop to LAX announced

United Airlines is connecting Madison to Los Angeles in a big way, beginning March 31, 2019.

October 2018
Taking a global leap

Taking a global leap

These are exciting and challenging days for Brad Hollister and his rapidly growing startup, SwanLeap, but when a national business magazine reports that you’re one of the nation’s fastest-growing companies and touts the way your technology platform saves money for companies, especially manufacturers in a manufacturing state, you’re going to get a great deal of attention.

October 2018

FAA awards $5.7M to Dane County airport

Dane County Regional Airport will receive grants totaling $5.7 million from the Federal Aviation Administration for infrastructure improvements.

September 2018

Report: Madisonians lose $2,100 per year on bad roads

Deteriorating roads and bridges, congestion, and the lack of some desirable safety features cost Wisconsin motorists a total of $6.8 billion annually and Greater Madison residents $2,139 per driver, according to a new report released today by TRIP, a Washington, D.C.- based research group that advocates for increased investment in transportation infrastructure.

September 2018

Madison still waiting for transportation funds

Madison, transportation, federal grant, transportation, Gov. Scott Walker, Wisconsin Department of Transportation

September 2018
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