Governor Evers Announces Transportation Stakeholder Task Force
Together, this group will discuss the state’s critical transportation issues and seek solutions to these challenges.
MADISON — Governor Tony Evers today announced the membership of the Transportation Stakeholder Task Force, a group comprised of experts who understand and represent the comprehensive needs of Wisconsin’s transportation system.
Under Governor Evers’ leadership the Wisconsin Department of Transportation has formed the Transportation Stakeholder Task Force. Together, this group will discuss the state’s critical transportation issues and seek solutions to these challenges.
“The topic of addressing the current and future needs of Wisconsin’s transportation system affects all of Wisconsin’s residents and businesses,” said Gov. Evers. “A comprehensive, long-term solution to the state’s transportation needs is critically important for the future of our state’s economy and our quality of life.”
“This is the beginning of a very important process; one that will determine the future of the state’s transportation system and economic opportunities for sustained growth,” Department of Transportation Secretary-designee Craig Thompson said. “I look forward to working with this group of stakeholders and finding responsible, bipartisan solutions to address Wisconsin’s transportation challenges.”
The Transportation Stakeholder Task Force will meet on Thursday, January 31st, 2019 at 9:00 A.M.
Members of the Transportation Stakeholder Task Force:
Wisconsin Agribusiness Association
Mayor Tim Hanna
City of Appleton
American Council of Engineering Companies
Association of Wisconsin Tourism Attractions
Wisconsin Association of Railroad Passengers
Wisconsin Airport Managers Association
Office of the Governor