It’s how we get there

From the buses in Racine to the Port of Green Bay to the rail lines in Superior to the Waukesha County Airport to the roads we use every day, Wisconsin’s transportation network is the key to connecting goods to market and people to jobs.

Founded in 1971, the Transportation Development Association of Wisconsin promotes the vitality and safety of the state’s transportation system, including public transit systems, public-use airports, railroads, commercial ports, and roads.

October Regional Transportation Roundtables

What's New? Join us for breakfast and a roundtable discussion and hear from local officials and others about their transportation infrastructure accomplishments, needs, and potential opportunities in the federal infrastructure bill enacted last year. We will have a conversation [...]

Latest Newsletter (8.30)

Newsletter (8.30) stories include: Report recommends mileage-based user fees; Wisconsin and Minnesota seek federal funds to replace Blatnik Bridge; USDOT announces RAISE, bus grants; New Northern Grain Belt Statistical Port project underway; Wisconsin joins other [...]

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