2019 Multimodal Local Supplement (MLS) grant program
The $75 million local government transportation grant program was created as part of the 2019-2021 state budget. It is a one-time funding initiative. Learn more.
The League continues to work in coalition with the Wisconsin Counties and Towns Associations and the Transportation Development Association of Wisconsin (TDA) to encourage the Legislature and Governor to develop a long-term sustainable solution to fund Wisconsin's transportation infrastructure.
Per the TRIP Report released in Sept. 2018, there is a hidden cost of deficient roads. The average motorist traveling in the state’s largest urban areas pays a financial cost in the form of (1) additional vehicle operating costs from driving on rough roads, (2) lost time, (3) wasted fuel due to congestion, and (4) traffic crashes.
This cost is substantial for each driver in: Eau Claire: $1,219 Green Bay-Appleton-Oshkosh: $1,456 Madison: $2,139 Milwaukee: $2,321 Wausau: $1,517