RSVP for Upcoming Transportation Roundtables

Join us for breakfast and a roundtable discussion to hear from local officials and others about their transportation infrastructure accomplishments, needs, and potential opportunities in the federal infrastructure bill enacted last year.

We will discuss the ongoing challenges facing the state as we work toward developing and maintaining a safe, modern, interconnected transportation network that keeps Wisconsin moving.

Download the invitation.

To RSVP, please email Luke Pearson at

Regional Roundtables

7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.



Holiday Inn Eau Claire South I-94

4751 Owen Ayres Ct, Eau Claire



D. J. Bordini Center

5 N Systems Dr, Appleton 



The Phoenix Center

100 S Orange St, Richland Center



Waukesha County Technical College

Main Campus

RTA Education Center (Bldg C)

800 Main St, Pewaukee


North Central

Jefferson Inn

201 Jefferson St, Wausau

Registration Now Open for Annual Meeting

Don't miss this year’s annual meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 15!

We have a great agenda lined up and can't wait to see you.

Event details and ways to register are available here.

Please register by Thursday, Nov. 10.

TDA's Fly-in Returns in 2023!

March 1-2, 2023

Mark your calendar now so you can be a part of the much-anticipated return of TDA's Fly-in! 

Wisconsin Transportation News

$80M Awarded to State to Replace I-39/90/94 Bridge over Wisconsin River

USDOT awarded WisDOT $80M to replace the I-39/90/94 Wisconsin River Bridge (Columbia Co.) with two new bridges servicing traffic in opposite directions. The project plans also include replacing a pair of overcrossing bridges for county highways U and V.


The Infrastructure For Rebuilding America (INFRA) grant will cover about half of the cost of replacing this bridge built in 1961.


Interstate 39/90/94 is a significant commerce corridor connecting Madison, Milwaukee, and Chicago and carrying heavy truck traffic. The route also links tourists with some of Wisconsin’s most visited destinations. 

 Other Transportation News

Congress Passes CR Through Dec. 16

As expected during this election year, Congress averted a government shutdown by passing stopgap appropriations for the fiscal year 2023, which started on Oct. 1. The continuing resolution (CR) extends the fiscal year 2022 funding levels through Dec. 16.

This extension allows Congress more time to agree on FY 2023 spending bills after the November elections.

TDA Outreach

TDA Podcast: Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin

Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin was founded in 1983 to help increase the sale and consumption of Wisconsin milk and dairy products. Today, the farmer-owned, operated, and funded organization continues to support the state’s dairy farmers by establishing new markets, funding research, and showcasing dairy’s economic contribution to the state.

Chad Vincent, CEO of Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin, talks with TDA's Debby Jackson about the state's dairy industry in the latest On The Go podcast.

Listen to the podcast.

Association News

Southeast Wisconsin Transportation Symposium

TDA is proud to sponsor the upcoming 2022 Southeast Wisconsin Transportation Symposium co-hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Institute for Physical Infrastructure and Transportation and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

The Oct. 14 event brings academics, students, and practitioners together to network and discuss a wide range of transportation topics and also provides an opportunity for sharing innovative practices with the broader transportation community.

This event will take place in the UWM Student Union. The $25 registration fee includes lunch and parking.

More info and registration is available here.

WAPA Wednesday Webinar Series

The Wisconsin Asphalt Pavement Association is hosting a webinar series in October.

Sessions will last approximately one hour. There is no cost to attend, but advanced registration is requested.

More info on webinar topics and registration is available here.

Transportation Development Association of Wisconsin

10 East Doty Street, Suite 201 | Madison, WI 53703

(608) 256-7044  |

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