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Mobile Foodscapes: a Case Study of Food Carts on Madison's Isthmus
Our research investigates the food cart scene on Madison's Isthmus. City policies and regulations focus the density of food carts on Library Mall on the UW-Madison campus; however we emphasize in our narrative the social ...
Optimizing Bus Rapid Transit for Equity in Madison, WI
In Madison, WI the 2016 Metro Transit annual report cites overcapacity as the leading detriment to the system’s efficiency. This disproportionately affects low income, minority, and carless populations who rely on the ...
One Body, Many Members: Landscapes of Christian Congregations in Madison, Wisconsin
There is wide diversity amongst Christian churches across the United States, representing dozens of different denominations, each with congregations that differ in size, demographics, and values. However, despite the ...
Wellhead Protection and the Future Water Demands from Publc Wells in the City of Madison
Ultimately, chemicals and other contaminants wasted on the ground will make their way to reach the groundwater or aquifer and that way these pollutants will make the ground water unsafe for drinking. Where does uncertainty ...
Redefining Historical Significance: Toward New Possibilities for Preservation at Madison’s Sugar Castle
In this thesis, I claim that the National Register of Historic Place’s current criteria for historical significance, which are models for most state- and city-level landmark designation criteria, can limit understanding ...
Affordable Housing in Madison, Wisconsin: an Analysis of Four Proposed Sites
The city of Madison, Wisconsin has been engaged in facilitating the construction of affordable housing developments in order to support low-income residents of the city. Madison’s established Affordable Housing Fund has ...