- Managing Pavement Assets Using PASER & WISLR by Benjamin J. Jordan, P.E., Director, Transportation Information Center (TIC) Each local government must rate the condition of its roads, and submit those ratings to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation every odd-numbered year. June, 2019
- Real Estate Acquisitions: How To Avoid Costly Delays (PDF), by Beth Steinhauer, MSA Professional Services published in the April 2015, the Municipality
- Established in 1991, the Local Roads Improvement Program (LRIP) (PDF) assists local governments in improving seriously deteriorating county highways, town roads, and city and village streets. LRIP is a reimbursement program, which pays up to 50% of total eligible costs with local governments providing the balance. Read more about 2014-2015 Program Guidelines and Requirements.
- How Sprawl Is Lengthening Our Commutes and Why Misleading Mobility Measures Are Making Things Worse, a report published by CEOs for Cities.
- General Transportation Aids
- Local Government Programs
- Wisconsin Transportation Information Center - created in 1983 to help local highway officials manage their road systems
- Local Roads and Street Council Brochure on the General Transportation Aids Program (PDF)
- The FasterBetterSafer Campaign - The Americans for Transportation Mobility Coalition’s FasterBetterSafer Campaign is a nationwide effort by business, labor, transportation organizations and concerned citizens to advocate for increased federal investment in the nation’s aging and overburdened transportation system.
- A Comprehensive Guide on Transportation for Seniors by SeniorLiving.org