TMJ4 Milwaukee: “Students help craft a plan to improve safety outside Auer Avenue School”

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See the full story from TMJ4 Milwaukee here.

“The City of Milwaukee wants to make it safer and easier for kids to walk and bike to school. To help accomplish that, they’re focusing on traffic-calming street improvements near Auer Avenue School.

Here’s the unique part — students will play a role in the eventual transformation.

Kids at Auer Avenue School have been learning about all the things that go into traffic planning. Students recently took a walk around the block with the Wisconsin Bike Fed to observe what’s happening on the roads surrounding their school.”

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