This State Journal editorial ran on April 21, 1991:
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Thank you for last Sunday's Wisconsin State Journal editorial, "Transform State St. into promenade."
I agree with last Sunday's editorial, "Transform State St. into promenade." I've been thinking this for years.
I totally agree with eliminating bus traffic on State Street and transforming it into a lovely pedestrian friendly walk way, like Pearl Street…
State Street could become a regional jewel by removing all traffic and allow it to transfer into a grand promenade, as last Sunday's State Jou…
I used to work near Wall Street in New York City. The streets were made into promenades at lunch time.
My husband and I lived in Longmont, Colorado, for 15 years before moving to Sun Prairie seven years ago to be closer to our grandchildren.
I agree 100% that State Street should be a pedestrian mall.
Taking buses and cabs off of State Street would be an improvement to help jump start businesses during this pandemic.