The Wisconsin roads and bridges that keep us connected – from Kenosha to Superior, Platteville to the Door County Peninsula, Hudson to Green Bay and every in between – need to be safe.
On Gov. Tony Evers watch, over 1,700 miles of Wisconsin highways have been repaired and almost 1,300 bridges have been improved.
And he’s continuing to work to provide the resources we need so our roads are a smoother, safer ride for our families with fewer potholes and less congestion.
Despite the pandemic, Gov. Evers and his administration kept all 375 transportation projects during the 2020 construction season on track. And they even brought $105 million reallocated from other states to Wisconsin to invest back into our infrastructure.