Proposed BRT line could help catalyze more than $60M in development
MILWAUKEE — The proposed bus rapid transit line has the potential to create more than $60 million in new development on parking lots and vacant buildings along the route.
That’s according to a report by students at UW-Milwaukee.
County officials want to start construction in 2018 on the nine-mile route between downtown Milwaukee and Wauwatosa.
It is presented as a way to get workers to jobs downtown faster and easier.
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