Accountability: April 2021

​​​​​​MAPSS | Mobility | Accountability | Preservation | Safety | ​Service | ​Additional | ​Archives | ​Lean Government Initiative | ​Contacts | ​Budget | ​Open Book


Accountability: The continuous effort to use public dollars in the most efficient and cost-effective way.

MAPSS Performance Scorecard
​​​​Performance measure ​​​​How we measure it ​​​​Current report period ​​​​Goal ​​​​Goal met ​​​​Trend ​​​​​Comments ​​​​​Date last reported
Transportation Facilities Economic Assistance  and Development (TEA) Grants 
Calendar year 2020​​
Capital investment dollars achieved per grant dollar awarded$162.18​
$50.00 blue check green arrowThe department awarded eleven grants totaling $5.2 million. The businesses involved in these eleven projects expect to make total capital investments of $848.7 million resulting in each grant dollar leveraging an average of $162.18 in capital investment.​
Timely Scheduling of Contracts
State fiscal year 2020
Percent of highway program funding scheduled during the first six months of each fiscal year42.5​ percent​
red down
The department lost footing after four years of positive gains and is taking steps including the addition of an October letting to help keep larger projects moving forward earlier in the fiscal year.
On-time Performance
Calendar year 2019
Percent of highway projects completed on time90.0​ percent
100.0  red arrow​​
The department will continue to focus on frequency and quality of communication to overcome challenges contractors encounter in the field. 
On-budget Performance
State fiscal year 2020
Final highway project cost as percent of original contract amount102.0
103.0 blue check

gold arrow
The department exceeded its goal while
coming in 3 percentage points below industry
average (a lower number is better).​
Surplus Property Management
State fiscal year-to-date ​2021
Dollar value of surplus land sold$1.50 mil.​
$2.75 mil.​​
gold arrow
The department is on track to meeting the sales goal with 54 percent of sales completed. 33 of the 136 parcels in the marketing plan were sold. WisDOT staff have continued to create solutions to keep real estate work moving forward throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.​​