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, and it facilitated all other essential services.
Because of our transportation infrastructure and the employees that stayed on the job to operate, build, and maintain it, vital medical personnel and supplies were deployed around the state, grocery shelves were restocked, and our critical supply chains – although severely tested – remained operational.
And transportation will play a critical role as Wisconsin reopens and our economy begins to recover.
Transportation is about jobs, economic development, and helping Wisconsin businesses thrive.
Let’s rebuild, rebound, and move forward together.