A draft plan that will influence the future of transportation in the state is available for review and comment, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation announced Dec. 9.
Connect 2050, Wisconsin’s statewide multimodal transportation plan required by federal law, will help guide infrastructure investments through 2050. The draft version of the plan is available for viewing . Comments on the plan can be submitted through Jan. 24, 2022.
“Everyone relies on transportation infrastructure, and this is a great opportunity to shape its future in Wisconsin,” WisDOT Secretary Craig Thompson said. “Thank you to all those who support our efforts to plan improvements. The draft Connect 2050 plan relied on more than 2,200 survey responses, 2,400 written comments and participation from every county in Wisconsin. Please continue to make your voice heard.”
Connect 2050 establishes goals and objectives that will guide and support development of an integrated, efficient, and safe multimodal transportation system.
Comments on the plan can be submitted online. A mail in form can be requested by calling (608) 266-3581 or emailing opa.exec@dot.wi.gov.

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