Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson’s $1.9 billion city budget proposal for 2024 includes millions of dollars for capital projects, including resurfacing cracked city streets and demolishing abandoned property. Johnson on Sept. […]
It is vital that we maintain our roads and bridges in good repair.
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An AGC analysis reported infrastructure projects jumped up in values while residential and nonresidential starts slid.
Twelve days after a portion of Interstate 95 collapsed in north Philadelphia during a truck fire, officials opened a temporary six-lane roadway to serve motorists while a permanent overpass is rebuilt. This was a major success after the June 11 disaster was predicted to snarl traffic for months.
The Biden administration is closing out a three-week push to highlight the benefits of infrastructure investments in local communities by awarding nearly $300 million to help repair or replace more than a dozen bridges across the country.
Josh Morby and WRTP | Big Step will put together a workforce for a federal billion-dollar investment to expand high-speed internet access across the state.
Gov. Tony Evers’ proposed $3.8 billion capital budget for the next two years is a heady package indeed and would mark an historic investment package in Wisconsin’s infrastructure needs – much of it going to the University of Wisconsin System.
Wisconsin will get traffic safety improvement grants through a Bipartisan Infrastructure Law program.
The historic federal investment in infrastructure has reenergized dormant transportation projects, but the debate over how to prioritize them has only intensified in the 14 months since President Joe Biden signed the measure.
State officials remain hopeful to receive federal grants for local bridge projects.
Leaders of Green Bay and Fox Valley cities advocated for extending Amtrak services to their region as federal infrastructure law promises $66 billion in railroad funding.
President Joe Biden and top administration officials will open a new year of divided government by fanning out across the country to talk about how the economy is benefiting from his work with Democrats and Republicans.
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