Sunday, September 3, 2017

Wisconsin road are in crisis!

While state policymakers have spent the past decade battling over transportation spending, borrowing and taxes, Wisconsin roads continue to age and decline.

A recent Federal Highway Administration audit found that only 32.2 percent of Wisconsin highways are in good condition, far less than any other Midwestern state. In a report by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Wisconsin ranks third worst in the nation for having 71 percent of its roads rated in poor/mediocre condition.

READ OUR NEW ISSUE PAPER to understand how our roads became so awful, the direct impact in Vernon County, and how Gov. Scott Walker and lawmakers in Madison can begin to solve the problem!