Public and Stakeholder Engagement
Register Now: Virtual Public Meetings October 25–28
You are invited to the third round of virtual public meetings for the study. Participants will have the opportunity to provide feedback about future route options, preliminary stations, and other features on an interactive Zoom meeting.
If you are unable to attend one of the virtual meetings, a recording and materials will be made available on this website along with additional options to provide more detailed feedback after October 28.
American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters will be provided for the meetings on October 25 and 28. The October 27 meeting will be entirely in Spanish. For assistance registering, or additional accommodations email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission at (262) 547-6721 within three business days of the meeting.
Round 2 Public Meeting Materials
The second round of public involvement meetings took place virtually from June 22-24 and the public comment period was open through July 31. Meeting materials can be reviewed below. All comments received will be reviewed and considered as part of the study. Input will be used to help the study team identify a recommended route option and transit type. Stakeholder engagement and public comments are encouraged throughout the study, and can be submitted by visiting the contact page or in any of the following ways:
Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission
P.O. Box 1607
Waukesha, WI 53187-1607
Fax: (262) 547-1103
Round 1 Public Meeting Materials
Public and stakeholder engagement is a critical aspect of this study. The first round of public involvement meetings took place virtually on February 23 and 24 and the public comment period ended on April 18. Meeting materials can be reviewed below. All comments that were received are being reviewed by the study team and will be considered as part of the study. Input is being used to guide updates to the project purpose and need, route alternatives, station locations and technology options under consideration. Stakeholder engagement and public comments are encouraged throughout the study.