70 mph speed limit added to new routes in Southeastern Wisconsin
US 45 in Washington County and US 12 in Walworth County included
Recent Press Releases by Wisconsin Department of Transportation - Page 3
Changes allow transport of heavier loads of petroleum products
Enhancement gives motorists real time info on reported wrong way driver
To combat drunken driving, law enforcement agencies across the state will be out in force for the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign.
New locations enhance wrong way driver detection
Governor Walker approves more than $4.4 million to serve the transportation needs of seniors and individuals with disabilitiesDec 21st, 2016 by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Approved projects for 2017 include funding for 15 mobility management projects.
‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign runs from Dec. 15 to Jan. 1
Drug-related traffic crashes in Wisconsin soar, Departments of Justice and Transportation co-sponsor new ads raising awarenessDec 7th, 2016 by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Last year, 149 people were killed in drug-related traffic crashes in Wisconsin
Innovations, efficiencies save nearly $100 million in 2016 state fiscal year
Work will require lane closures
Wisconsin Department of Transportation enhances Silver and AMBER Alert messaging on electronic message boardsNov 29th, 2016 by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
New message format aims to help reduce alert durations in Wisconsin.
Proclamation calls on drivers to give snowplows room to work, stay off roadways if possible during severe winter storms