DOT looking for citizens’ input

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MADISON – State transportation leaders are looking for your input on the future of transportation needs in Wisconsin.

The Department of Transportation has announced the Transportation Moves Wisconsin initiative. DOT leaders describe the program’s goal as getting feedback from people around the state about transportation needs and how the state should finance those needs into the future.

The initiative includes a series of town hall meetings around the state. DOT Secretary Mark Gottlieb is hosting the nine meetings, including sessions in Green Bay and Oshkosh.

Wednesday, May 7
WisDOT/US 41 Project Office
1940 W. Mason St.
Green Bay

Thursday, May 8
UW Alumni and Conference Center
625 Pearl Avenue
Oshkosh

The meetings are scheduled to run from 5-6:30 p.m., with formal presentations at 5 p.m.

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