Wisconsin Department of Transportation

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Planning resources

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) provides a number of resources to assist transportation professionals with their planning efforts. If you have questions or need additional information on any of the following items, send an email to bop.dtim@dot.wi.gov.

System maps

Corridor studies and plans

Part of WisDOTís long-range transportation plan, Connections 2030, is the identification of a series of system-level priority corridors. These corridors are critical to Wisconsinís travel patterns and support the stateís economy. Information about individual corridor studies and plans, sorted by transportation region, is also available on this web site.

Manuals and Guidances

The Transportation Planning Manual is a web-based tool that facilitates the communication of planning policy and serves as a planning information resource.

WisDOT has developed planning guidances for the development of pedestrian and bicycle facilities.

WisDOT created a document that provides guidelines for developing Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs).

Comprehensive planning

A number of resources, including downloadable element guidebooks, are available on WisDOT's "transportation and land use" Web.

Local consultation

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) consults continually with local officials in areas of the state that are not served by metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs).

SSI - Project contacts Questions about the content of this page:
Bureau of Planning and Economic Development, bop.dtim@dot.wi.gov
Last modified: September 25, 2013

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