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Governor Walker today dismissed criticism of his transportation plan by former Secretary Mark Gottlieb. Gottlieb's criticism was in response to
A report released today by TRIP, a national transportation advocacy group, detailed the growing poor condition of Wisconsin roads. Click
A recent editorial in the Ozaukee Press does an excellent job of capturing the state of transportation in Wisconsin and
Critics of WisDOT's scaled-back plans to reconstruct the Beltline Interchange in Madison are very concerned with the short and long
Former WisDOT Secretary Mark Gottlieb took exception to Governor Walker's comments regarding how roads are selected for capacity expansion. Click
Former Department of Transportation Secretary Tom Carlsen has three reasons why Wisconsin's once-solid transportation system has been allowed to deteriorate.
Just weeks after directing his Department of Transportation to study the expansion of Interstate 41 between DePere and Appleton, Governor
The Wisconsin State Journal issued an editorial in support of reconstructing the Beltline Interchange in Madison the right way. Click
At the request of WTBA, the State of Wisconsin late yesterday waived hours of service requirements for carriers and drivers
Despite a ribbon cutting ceremony, significant work still remains to complete the Zoo Interchange. Click here to read more.
A Wisconsin Department of Transportation report shows that funding has fallen under Governor Scott Walker. Click here to read more.
Officials celebrated the completion of the Zoo Interchange core project Monday, but the North Leg of the project remains stalled
A portion of USH 14 between Middleton and Cross Plains reopened Sunday after major rains last week, but officials warned
In an effort to highlight the need to invest more in our roads, the State Democratic Party has launched their
In a surprise move, Governor Walker has directed the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to study Interstate 41 from Appleton to
County highway officials say a new state policy to only replace bridges based on minimum state engineering standards and current
Governor Walker claimed to have a transportation plan but will not provide any details. His opponent, State Superintendant Tony Evers,