Most think-tank pundits are well aware of the likelihood that their best recommendations are likely to take years, if not decades, to bear fruit. So Robert Poole of the Reason Foundation, an organization that seeks to apply free-market answers to ...Read More »
Sticking closer to home because of COVID-19 has shown many people what cities can be like with less traffic, noise, congestion and pollution. Roads and parking lots devoted to cars take up a lot of land. For example, in Phoenix, Los Angeles and New York City these spaces account for over one-third of each city's total area.Read More »
ON THE LEVEL: At WTDA, Jackson sees coronavirus putting stress on already strained transportation system
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.Read More »
Gov. Tony Evers announced Wednesday that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation will give out about $75 million in grants to 152 local transportation projects, a one-time shot in the arm for the state's local roads.Read More »
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has received bids for more than $140 million worth of work in response to its February bid letting.
Tagged with: American Asphalt of Wisconsin bidding Century Fence Co. Chippewa Concrete Services Concrete Structures D. Glasser Construction Foxconn Michels Corp. Rock Road Cos. Transportation Zignego Co.Read More »
Federal prosecutors filed bribery and tax charges on Monday against a former Illinois state senator who led the state's powerful transportation committee, alleging he accepted payments in exchange for supporting costly installations of red-light camera throughout the state.Read More »