Transportation

Downtown businesses oppose BRT

Downtown businesses are calling for a new post-pandemic plan for State Street and opposing bus rapid transit (BRT) and larger bus stations on the street.

Border wall funds return to Truax Field

Madison’s Truax Field will recoup an estimated $10 million in federal funds that were earmarked two years ago to help pay for border barriers between the U.S. and Mexico.

UW to partner with electric vehicle startup

Canoo, a California startup developing electric vans and trucks, will partner with the University of Wisconsin–Madison to create an electric propulsion research center on campus.

The green in “going green” also refers to money

When the term green energy is used, it’s most often used in the context of the environmental benefits, but there also is an economic component — a strong economic component — because a clean environment is vital for business development.

JetBlue adds MKE flights

JetBlue announced plans to add flights from seven new cities to New York and Boston, including Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport.

Foxconn, state reach new agreement

Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group has negotiated a new deal with Gov. Tony Evers for a scaled-back manufacturing facility in exchange for reduced tax breaks.

In Business magazine