Right away, this document acts as a tool for the Business Improvement District (BID) to engage with stakeholders to make decisions toward refining the final design. Local residents, businesses, organizations, and officials must come together to discuss their priorities, preferences, and trade-offs to be made between the various benefits presented in each alternative concept. The BID may also pilot the concept before construction occurs. Any implementation will require coordination with City, MCTS, emergency services, and the community.
Developing a final design will require coordination with the City of Milwaukee, MCTS, local residents and businesses, and potentially a third-party design team. The final design may look like one of the alternatives in this document, or it may piece together aspects of multiple alternatives.
Selecting an Alternative
Working towards a final design will involve coordination with several groups and many phases of iteration. The four alternatives in this document provide a range of possibilities, but details between each design may be further developed.
Excerpts from “Prioritizing People on Brady: Brady Street Pedestrianization” pages 40 and 41.