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Keep Wisconsin Moving: Smart Investments, Measurable Results - January 2013

Keep Wisconsin Moving: Smart Investments, Measurable Results - January 2013

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A report issued by the Wisconsin Commission on Transportation Finance and Policy about the state of funding for roads and mass transit in the state, issued in January 2013.
A report issued by the Wisconsin Commission on Transportation Finance and Policy about the state of funding for roads and mass transit in the state, issued in January 2013.

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Published by: Isthmus Publishing Company on Feb 05, 2013
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January 2013
S I MR
 
Wisconsin Transportation Finance and Policy Commission
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January 2013
January 2013The Honorable Scott WalkerGovernor o WisconsinMembers o the LegislatureState o WisconsinDear Governor Walker and Members o the Legislature:We are pleased to transmit to you the nal report o the WisconsinTransportation Finance and Policy Commission entitled “Keep WisconsinMoving—Smart Investments, Measurable Results.” We submit this reportin response to the direction you provided in Section 9148 o 2011 Wisconsin Act 32, in which you requested a report o the Commission’s ndingsand recommendations on options to achieve a stable balance betweentransportation expenditures, revenues and debt service over thenext decade.In developing our report, the Commission was assisted by a wide rangeo transportation experts rom state and national organizations. We receivedvaluable inormation on current transportation programs, revenues,expenditures, and program challenges.Further, we believed it was important to travel to dierent parts o thestate to learn about transportation challenges rom dierent perspectives.Wisconsin residents and public ocials shared their stories o howtransportation aects them personally and as a community, makingsuggestions or modernizing and investing in the state’s multimodaltransportation network. In addition, ocus group participants were engagedin a discussion o policy and nance options, refecting on their owntransportation needs and experiences.Our report outlines policy and program unding changes as well asa revenue package to support those changes. This report representsa consensus o opinion on issues aecting the uture o transportationin Wisconsin by all ten commissioners. We are honored to have had theopportunity to serve the people o Wisconsin through this comprehensiveanalysis. The Commission recognizes the importance o transportationto state’s economy and the quality o lie o its residents.
MEMBERS
Mark GottliebChairmanJohn AntaramianTom CarlsenDave CieslewiczRobert CookBarbara Fleisner LaMueMartin HansonWilliam HansonRobb KahlCraig ThompsonTom Vandenberg
 
Wisconsin Transportation Finance and Policy Commission
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January 2013
Please know that we are available to answer your questions and address yourconcerns as you consider the ndings and recommendations o the Commissionover the coming months.Respectully submitted,Members o the Wisconsin TransportationFinance and Policy Commission
John AntaramianTom Carlsen Dave CieslewiczRobert CookBarb Fleisner LaMueMark GottliebMartin HansonWilliam HansonRobb KahlCraig ThompsonTom Vandenberg

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