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  1. Subways and Urban Transport
    Milwaukee- Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) Routes: 50 Fleet: 416 buses, all but four are New Flyers. Daily ridership: 166,600 Madison- Metro Transit (Metro) Routes: 64 Fleet: 209 buses, the vast majority are Gilligs with a hand full of old New Flyers. Daily ridership: 58,700 ...
  2. Midwest and Plains
    Recently visited Madison, and took some pictures to share. Always proud of my hometown everytime I visit. Cheers Madison. :cheers: Through the curtain wall at the Overture Center New Development Part of the Overture Center. Cesar Pelli decided to include the historic department store in the...
  3. Completed
    Former Home of Wisconsin Badgers Ice Hockey Also currently Home of the WIAA State Hockey Tournament (and many of other events through out the year). Opened in 1967 (courtesy of "Jim Frazier". link)
  4. Completed
    Kohl Center- Home of the Wisconsin Badgers Opened: January 17, 1998 NCAA, WIAA (state high school tournaments) Conferences: Big Ten (basketball) and WCHA (hockey) University of Wisconsin- Madison Basketball Pre-tournament era champions 1912, 1914, 1916 NCAA Tournament champions 1941 NCAA...
  5. Midwest and Plains
    Madison, Indiana Established in 1809, was briefly Indiana's largest city. Over 130 blocks of central Madison is designated a national historic landmark, one of the largest designations in the country. The Jefferson County Courthouse dome, pictured below, burned in May after being renovated for...
  6. Midwest and Plains
    Now that we're in the middle of the deep freeze I thought it would be a good time to think warm thoughts for a minute. As most of you know, the Madison area is fortunate to have MANY bodies of water, making it heaven on earth in the summer months. I took these pictures while out on the boat on...
  7. Midwest and Plains Development News
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