One of the items included in Gov. Evers’ budget, which he rolled out last week, was inclusion of the 94 East West project. Completion of the 94 EW project has been a long-time policy priority of the Alliance. “The Alliance is encouraged by Governor Evers’ support of the I-94 East-West Corridor project. With nearly 21,000 [...]
The new $286 million drinking water system will have underground pipe crossing eight municipalities, carrying Lake Michigan water the city of Milwaukee will sell to Waukesha, and returning it to the lake via the Root River. For Dan Duchniak, Waukesha Water Utility general manager, it is both a big moment and a return to the normal [...]
Stakeholders from MMAC, CARW and the Alliance have come together to support the revitalization of the I-94 East-West Corridor project, which is vital to Southeast Wisconsin and the entire state's economy. Originally built almost 60 years ago, the East-West corridor of I-94 connects the Marquette and Zoo interchanges. This stretch, which runs for three and [...]
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) announced today that it will revive efforts on the I-94 East-West corridor project, which is one of Wisconsin’s busiest and most important segments of interstate in terms of safety, traffic volume, and economic impact. The effort will begin with re-engaging the public. “The East-West corridor project plays an important [...]
Source: Waukesha Freeman | June 9, 2020 Bids for the return-flow portion of the city’s Lake Michigan water supply project have come in $20 million under projections, according to Waukesha Water Utility officials. The Common Council awarded contracts related to the project last week. The contract for the return flow pipeline, which will run from [...]
Waukesha County’s economic vitality depends on modern, safe and efficient infrastructure networks. In support of this, the Alliance continues to be an advocate for completion of the I-94 East-West corridor between 16th Street and 70th Street. The Alliance is partnering with a broad coalition of stakeholders, requesting Governor Evers’ leadership in advancing the 94 E/W project and preparing [...]
The Alliance has worked with a broad coalition to support Assembly Bill 426 (Worker Safety and Energy Security Act), which passed the Senate and the Assembly and was signed by Governor Evers on November 20, 2019. In recent years, critical infrastructure worksites in the Midwest have seen millions of dollars of construction equipment set [...]
One of the Alliance's policy priorities for 2019 is support for completion of the critical I-94 East-West corridor between 16th Street and 70th Street.
Economic and environmental problems are not limited by geographic boundaries and solutions often take regional cooperation and provide regional benefits. We are thankful for a long history of working closely with public officials in Waukesha County communities to find those solutions.
Earlier this year, Governor Evers signed Wisconsin’s biennium budget, which added $393 million additional dollars to the Department of Transportation.