Road-builder bonanza from general purpose revenue [the GPR reference is a correction from earlier language] boost, official figures show.
And the price tag goes up because Walker's putting so much of it on the credit card.
And a reminder about the insanity of it all:
"Widening roads to solve traffic congestion is like loosening your belt to cure obesity," says Walter Kulash, a traffic engineer from Orlando, Fla.Former Mayor John Norquist brought Kulash to Milwaukee for a presentation calling interstate highways through cities a bad investment, but a senior official for the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission - - father to the SE freeway system's $6.4 billion expansion and reconstruction that is now undergoing reconstruction of the reconstruction - - was unimpressed.
So it goes.