MMAC: Future of Zoo Interchange to be discussed

Acceleration of the reconstruction and expansion of the Zoo Interchange is one of the key goals in MMAC’s public policy mission of creating “A reliable and sustainable infrastructure that supports a growing regional economy.” This goal has taken on increased importance recently with the Department of Transportation imposing weight limits and requiring stopgap repairs in order to keep the interchange open.

The Zoo Interchange is the busiest interchange in the state and its condition and capacity are keys to the vitality of our regional economy. That is why we are pleased to invite you to a special forum on it’s future. We have assembled a strong panel of leaders from local government, business, and the Department of Transportation including Frank Busalacchi (invited); Kenneth Yunker, Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission; Craig Thompson, Transportation Development Assoc. of Wisconsin; Dan Devine, West Allis mayor and former Milwaukee County board member; and Gretchen Schuldt, co-chair of Citizens Allied for Sane Highways to present their views and hear your input on this vital transportation link and this major public policy issue.

The Future of the Zoo Interchange
Thursday, February 4

7:30-9 AM
Medical College of Wisconsin

8701 Watertown Plank Rd., Milwaukee

To register, click here