State officials remain hopeful to receive federal grants for local bridge projects.
Wisconsin won’t miss out on $217 million in federal-spending authority after federal legislation passed to kill a $7.6 billion rescission that was to take effect next year.
With seven weeks to go in a competitive governor’s race, it’s unlikely voters will get a glimpse of a plan to repair Wisconsin’s much-maligned roadways before election day. A Wisconsin Department of […]
Wisconsin will receive more than $100 million worth of federal money for transportation projects big and small around the state through two grants from the Federal Highway Administration.
A bipartisan spending bill passed by the U.S. Senate this week would put $62 million toward Wisconsin road, rail and bridge projects.
Forget about bike-share stations in Chicago or pedestrian walkways in Oakland. That's so Obama.
President Trump's nominee to lead the Federal Highway Administration has withdrawn from consideration for the post, a surprising development given his widespread support and qualifications, the U.S. Department of Transportation confirmed on Monday.
Traffic fatalities were up 9 percent in the first six months of this year compared to the same period last year, continuing a surge in deaths that began two years ago as the economy improved and travel picked up, according to preliminary estimates released Tuesday by the National Safety Council.
Nearly one in 10 of Wisconsin’s bridges are considered structurally deficient, according to a recent analysis of data by a national road builders association.
After declining for most of the past decade, traffic deaths spiked 8 percent in the first half of this year, prompting a call from the nation's highway safety chief to find ways to reduce the human errors that cause most fatalities.
No longer just a highway, U.S. 41 in eastern Wisconsin is now an interstate.
Federal aid for Wisconsin highways dropped by 3.6 percent, nearly $28 million, over the five years ending in 2013, according to data obtained by The Associated Press, exacerbating the state's woes in finding money for road projects.
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