State Street runs about three-quarters of a mile from the state Capitol to the University of Wisconsin campus. The thoroughfare is car-free except for delivery trucks and buses, attracting a mix of undergrads, locals and government workers for shopping, dining and people-watching.
State Street runs about three-quarters of a mile from the state Capitol to the University of Wisconsin campus. The thoroughfare is car-free except for delivery trucks and buses, attracting a mix of undergrads, locals and government workers for shopping, dining and people-watching. John Maniaci Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau
State Street runs about three-quarters of a mile from the state Capitol to the University of Wisconsin campus. The thoroughfare is car-free except for delivery trucks and buses, attracting a mix of undergrads, locals and government workers for shopping, dining and people-watching. John Maniaci Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau

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