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Connect 2050

Unlike a transportation project that is happening now or in the near future, Connect 2050 affects decisions about plans and projects that will be completed and funded years from now. WisDOT envisions an integrated multimodal transportation system that maximizes the safe and efficient movement of people and products throughout the state in a way that enhances economic productivity, transportation accessibility, and the quality of Wisconsin's communities while minimizing impacts to the natural environment and socioeconomic, historic, and cultural resources.

Top Benefits

  • Pursue sustainable long-term transportation funding
  • Focus on partnerships
  • Pursue continuous improvement and expand data-driven decision-making processes
  • Increase options, connections, and mobility for people and goods
  • Maximize technology benefits
  • Maximize transportation safety
  • Maximize transportation system resiliency and reliability
  • Balance transportation needs with those of the natural environment and socioeconomic, historic and cultural resources

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