Three Wisconsin Scenic Roadways Earn National Recognition

March 3, 2021 Sam Johnston 0

March 3, 2021 – Routes along three of Wisconsin’s major waterfronts have won Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) designations for their national importance as tourism destinations. “These three scenic routes show off some of the best of what Wisconsin has to offer,” said Acting Wisconsin Tourism Secretary Anne Sayers.

Twin Cities-Milwaukee-Chicago Rail Project an Economic Driver

September 28, 2020 Debby Jackson 0

September 28, 2020 – The USDOT awarded $31.8 million to a joint Wisconsin-Minnesota rail project – the Twin Cities-Milwaukee-Chicago Intercity Passenger Rail Service Project. This project is expected to increase economic development, enhance the passenger experience, and improve the efficiency of travel in the region.

New bridge in the Town of Clinton replaced as part of the new Low-Risk Bridge Pilot Program.

Bridge Pilot Program Saves Time, Money

September 18, 2020 Debby Jackson 0

September 18, 2020 – Slightly more than a year after the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and the Wisconsin County Highway Association announced the Low-Risk Bridge Pilot Program, half of the 16 program bridges have been replaced or will be this year. The pilot program has resulted in expedited project delivery and reduced costs.