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TDA Just Fix It Case Study: The Problem is Defined
The Problem is Defined, the Options are Know (February 2019)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: State Highway 15
Highway 15 – Almost 20 Years in the Works, Project Uncertain (September 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: Vehicle Miles Traveled
DEMAND: Uber and Lyft Use the Roads Too (September 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: Zoo Interchange
Zoo Interchange: Time is Money (August 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: I-43
I-43- Stuck in a Rut (August 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: Bridges
Wisconsin’s Bridges: Not a Win-Win Scenario (August 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: Tolling
Tolling: Many Hurdles (July 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: Eau Claire County
Running Out of Options (July 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: Spending
Spending Problem or Revenue Problem? (June 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: Marathon County
Bridging the Gap (June 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Case Study: La Crosse County
Many Miles to Go (June 2018)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #10
FACT: There’s nothing FUN about potholes and delays. (August 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #9
FACT: Access to highways consistently tops the list of factors corporate executives consider when looking to locate or expand a facility. (June 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #8
FACT: Wisconsin drivers pay 35% less than those in neighboring states. (June 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #7
FACT: When highway projects are delayed so are vital safety improvements, putting at risk Wisconsin families. (June 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #6
FACT: State funding for local transportation has not kept up with costs for decades, which has adversely affected local transportation finances and road conditions. (June 2017)

TDA: The Cost of Doing Nothing
FACT: Wisconsin’s current transportation woes have been a long time coming. (June 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #5
FACT: Wisconsin’s transportation funding challenge affects more than just the condition of the state’s roads and overall transportation system. (May 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #4
FACT: Wisconsin either invests for the future or risks falling behind. (April 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #3
FACT: Limiting the state’s investment in highway improvement projects to the amount necessary for federal match would result in cascading project delays. (April 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #2
FACT: Delaying reconstruction of aging interstates in Southeast Wisconsin will negatively impact highway conditions throughout the state. (April 2017)

TDA Just Fix It Factsheet #1
FACT: Despite well-documented poor and declining road conditions, the Governor proposes to spend LESS on transportation over the next two years. (March 2017)

2020 Annual Meeting Presentation: Craig Thompson, Secretary-designee of WisDOT
(November 2020)

2020 Annual Meeting Presentation: Bill McCoshen, Managing Partner of Capitol Consultants, Inc.
(November 2020)

2019 TDA Fly-in Issue Papers
(April 2019)

2018 TDA Fly-in Issue Papers
(May 2019)

2016 TDA Fly-in Issue Papers
(April 2016)

2015 TDA Fly-in Issue Papers
(March 2015)

2014 Annual Meeting Presentation: 2015-17 Transportation Budget
(November 2014)

2014 Annual Meeting Presentation: Trends in Funding
(November 2014)

2014 TDA Fly-in Issue Papers
(April 2014)

2013 TDA Fly-in Issue Papers
(April 2013)

WisDOT Congressional Delegation Staff Briefing
(April 2013)

2012 TDA Drive-in: Technology and Transportation TOPS Laboratory
Presented by Todd Szymkowski, Traffic Operations & Safety Laboratory, UW (May 2012)

2012 TDA Drive-in: Technology and Transportation WisDOT
Presented by Anne Reshadi, WisDOT (May 2012)

2012 TDA Drive-in: Assessing the Political Landscape
Presented by Bill McCoshen, Capitol Consultants (May 2012)

2012 TDA Drive-in: Commission Update
Prepared for Drive-in, not presented due to time, Craig Thompson, TDA (May 2012)

2012 TDA Drive-in: Technology and Transportation Madison Metro
Presented by Mick Rusch, Madison Metro Transit (May 2012)

2012 Fly-in Issue Papers
(April 2012)

Frac Sand Mining – Local Government Roadway Impacts
Article written by Bruce Stelzner, Chippewa County Highway Commissioner

2011 Annual Meeting: Believing for 40 Years
Presented by John Burke, Trek Bicycle Corporation (September 2011)

2011 Annual Meeting: Modernizing the U.S. Surface Transportation System
Presented by Jack L. Schenendorf, Covington & Burling (September 2011)

2011 Annual Meeting: Assessing Wisconsin’s Transportation Finances
Presented by Kyle Christianson (September 2011)

Annual Meeting: TDA Mobile Museum
In case meeting attendees didn’t have an opportunity to utilize a smartphone to read the QR codes on the annual meeting creative.

2011 Drive-in: Wisconsin Opinion
Presented by Charles Franklin, University of Wisconsin-Madison (May 2011)

2011 Drive-in: Wisconsin Economy
Presented by Dennis Winters, Chief of the Office of Economic Advisors, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (May 2011)

2011 Drive-in: Transportation Budget
Presented by Craig Thompson, Executive Director of the Transportation Development Association (May 2011)

2011 Fly-in Issue Papers
(March 2011)

The State of Wisconsin’s Finances
Presented by Bob Lang, Director of the Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau (May 2010)

Working Together, the I-39/90 Coalition
Presented by Kevin Traas, Director of Transportation Policy & Finance for the Wisconsin Transporation Builders Association (May 2010)

Protecting the Transportation Fund
Presented by Craig Thompson, Executive Director of the Transportation Development Association (May 2010)

2010 Fly-in Issue Papers
(March 2010)

2009 TDA Annual Meeting: Federal Funding
Presented by Jeff Solsby, American Road & Transportation Builders Association (October 2009)

2009 TDA Annual Meeting: Strategic Plan for Wisconsin’s Economy
Presented by George Lightbourn, Wisconsin Public Research Institute (October 2009)

2009 TDA Annual Meeting: Midwest High-Speed Rail
Presented by Randy Wade, HNTB Corporation (October 2009)

2009 TDA Annual Meeting: Great Lakes Transportation Enterprise Institute
Presented by Todd Szymkowski, Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Michael J. Krauski, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Marquette (October 2009)

2009 TDA Annual Meeting: Great Lakes Transportation Enterprise Institute (continued)
Presented by Rick Bergholz, Traffic Parking Control Company (October 2009)

The Benefits of Modernizing Wisconsin’s Highway Corridors
TDA commissioned the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Fiscal and Economic Research Center (FERC) to conduct analysis of the economic impact of the remaining amounts to be spent on four highway improvements and the growth of ancillary businesses in the affected communities. (October 2015)

State of Transportation
A Comprehensive Report on Wisconsin’s Transportation Funding Challenges. (November 2008)

A Corporate Report Wisconsin Roundtable Discussion
Will our transportation system get us where we want to go? (July 2006)

Transportation Improvements Grow Wisconsin’s Economy: The Benefits of Transportation Investment (Complete Report)
TDA commissioned a study from Cambridge Systematics regarding the benefit of transportation investment to the economy. The study found that for every one dollar invested in transportation, three dollars are returned to the economy. (February 2003)

Transportation Improvements Grow Wisconsin’s Economy: The Economic Benefits of Transportation Investment (Executive Summary)
Executive Summary of the Cambridge Systematics study commissioned by TDA. ( February 2003)