Local Bridge Improvement Assistance

2022-2027 Program Cycle Documents

  • Instructions
  • Application
  • Guidelines
  • Bridge Approach Guidance

Program documents to be provided in the spring of 2023 for the next program cycle.

Important Notes:

  • Final Applications were due to the Regional Office on October 15, 2021.
  • Contact your Regional Local Program Manager for information regarding these applications.

The Local Bridge Improvement Assistance Program helps rehabilitate and replace, on a cost-shared basis, the most seriously deficient existing local bridges on Wisconsin's local highway systems.

Counties, cities, villages, and towns are eligible for rehabilitation funding on bridges with sufficiency ratings of 80 or less, and replacement funding on bridges with sufficiency ratings less than 50.

For 2022-2027 program development, total funds available for the Local Bridge Program are $131,002,555. This amount is based on anticipated federal local program levels for fiscal years 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026 and 2027. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will significantly increase future program funding levels.  Program funding levels will be updated as necessary pending state biennial budget changes and federal reauthorization.

The Local Bridge Program received 141 project requests for a total of $104,577,564 in state/federal funds. WisDOT approved 141 Local Bridge improvement requests for the 2022-2027 Program Cycle totaling $104,577,564.

Regional local program contacts:

Southwest Region
Michael Erickson
Phone: (608) 246-5361
Fax: (608) 246-3819

Southeast Region
Jacob Varnes
Phone: (262) 548-8789
Fax: (262) 521-4425

Northeast Region
Alex Dums
Phone: (920) 492-5707
Fax: (920) 492-5711

North Central Region
Ben Roskoskey
Phone: (715) 365-5783
Fax: (715) 365-5780

Northwest Region
Randy Kirk
Phone: (715) 392-7860
Fax: (715) 635-2309

Statewide program contact:
Mike Loughran
Phone: (608) 266-2870
Fax: (608) 267-3567

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