August 26, 2021 – Illinois-based Arntzen Corporation, a manufacturer of steel casing pipe, will build a $10 million plant in the Village of Sharon in Walworth County.
August 20, 2021 – A new On The Go Podcast includes discussion about a new SE Wisconsin “Last Mile” plan and the importance of connecting workers with jobs.
July 26, 2021 – Komatsu Mining Corp. is constructing a $285 million complex in Milwaukee’s Harbor District. Essential to the project is a railroad spur to bring raw materials to the plant and send out finished goods.
June 9, 2021 – Morgan Ramer, executive director of BCycle, joined TDA’s Debby Jackson to talk about bike share systems on a recent episode of the On The Go podcast.
April 26, 2021 – Theatre Road, a once quiet farm road, has become a busy local collector with the addition of several large subdivisions and the consolidation of the Village’s schools. The school board identifies the road as “unusually hazardous.”
January 12, 2021 – Three more companies have announced plans to relocate to or expand operations in Kenosha County. Nosco, RealChem Manufacturing Inc., and The Kroger Company are taking advantage of the location’s access to highways, including the newly expanded I-94 North-South.
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.
September 2, 2020 – Dan Basile, Chief Operations Officer at Milwaukee County Transit System, joined TDA’s Debby Jackson to talk about East-West Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) on a recent episode of the On The Go podcast.
September 2, 2020 – Wisconsin receives its first designated national bike routes – USBR 30 and USBR 230. This corridor from Milwaukee to Bluff Siding on the Mississippi River will draw local, regional, and national cyclists to communities along the trail and positively impact Wisconsin’s economy.