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.

June 2020 Newsletter

The June 2020 Newsletter is now available. Stories include: House to take up surface transportation as part of a larger infrastructure package; Summer travel plan predictions: AAA expects car travel to remain strong; I-94 [...]

TDA Video: Rebuild, Rebound and Move Forward

Transportation infrastructure is a building block of our economy and our communities. This truth came to the forefront during the early days of the COVID-19 health emergency. Transportation was declared an essential service, [...]

Daily Reporter’s ON THE LEVEL Features TDA

6/25/2020 - The Daily Reporter As is true for so many aspects of modern life, the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t so much revealed weaknesses in the state’s transportation as made long-recognized faults even more apparent. [...]

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Biking is one of the best ways to explore the beauty of Wisconsin this summer. This article highlights some of the state's top bike trails in the east, west, and the Northwoods. If you do get out on 2 wheels, be sure to stay safe and ride safely - & enjoy!

Travel Wisconsin: Biking

Whether it is under towering Northwoods pines or along rolling countryside – there is nothing quite like exploring Wisconsin’s beauty

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WisDOT is seeking public input thru Sept. to help develop a new 30-year transportation plan, Connect 2050. The plan will shape WI's transpo future - across all modes - and develop a framework for making changes to/investments in the transportation system. http://www.Connect2050Survey.com

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