Wednesday, April 30, 2008

How And Where To Register Opposition To The $1.9 Billion I-94 Boondoggle From Milwaukee-To-Illinois

Despite skyrocketing gas prices, rising demand for transit and a plan that even its sponsor says won't trim commuting times, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is forging ahead with plans to spend $1.9 billion on the Interstate highway between Milwaukee and the Illinois line.

There is a public comment period that ends next Monday, May 5th.

Below is information about where to register an opinion about the project, and further information about the plan, in detail:


Comments can be sent via e-mail to, phone (262) 548-8721 or fax (262) 548-5662.

You can read the entire most recent transportation report on its plan at

Thanks to Gretchen Schuldt and Citizens Allied for Sane Highways (CASH) for continuing leadership on these issues.

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