Wisconsin’s transportation infrastructure is a part of its heritage as the dairy state. Many of the state’s industries, from manufacturing to tourism, timber to grain, depend on a healthy transportation system, including roads, bridges, freight rail, ports, and airports.
Businesses across the state depend on a strong transportation backbone. The tourism industry relies on our transportation system to bring people to visit our state’s many tourist destinations. Manufacturing, dairy, and many other industries need a quality transportation system to get product to and from markets efficiently, so they can maintain their competitive edge.
All businesses and their workers, whether a dairy farmer from Wrightstown, a timber company from Hayward, or a dock worker from Superior, need a solid transportation infrastructure to compete in the global marketplace.
In addition to investments in our transportation system, we need to ensure access to cost-effective and reliable sources of power, preserve our clean water advantage, improve availability of high-speed internet connections, and support our quality health care in Wisconsin. Doing so will help make Wisconsin an even better place to live, work, and raise a family.