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Public Involvement Meeting (PIM), hearings and other meetings
WisDOT held two PIMs for this study on Wednesday, April 12 and Thursday, April 13, 2023. Below are the PIM materials.
Past public involvement
WisDOT held two Public Involvement Meetings (PIM) for this study on Tuesday, September 13 and Wednesday, September 14, 2022. Below are the PIM materials.
Stakeholder committees have been formed to provide updates and get feedback as the study progresses.
Community Advisory Committee (CAC)
The CAC gives the WisDOT team an avenue to share study information and obtain feedback from businesses along the corridor. This committee will provide a setting for members to provide feedback about the study’s communications approach, design needs, corridor issues, and environmental concerns and needs. The CAC includes large employers and business groups who can easily share study information with their employees and members.
Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)
Local and regional transportation and planning professionals comprise the TAC. This committee will provide technical information such as transportation and land use plans, utility locations, traffic volumes, public transportation routes, and general engineering and planning principles and policies.
Local Official Advisory Committee (LOAC)
Local and elected officials from the state, tribes, counties, cities, villages, other municipalities, and government agencies within the corridor will make up the LOAC. This committee will provide an opportunity for local leadership input on study aspects, including the need for the study, alternatives development and environmental impacts and benefits. The committee also provides valuable information about the study that local officials can share with their constituents and stakeholders.
WisDOT welcomes comments and suggestions related to this study.
- Comment online via the following link:
- Share comments at Public Involvement Meetings (PIMs) and other meetings
- Send comments via email to study staff
WisDOT will use traditional and digital communication methods to announce public involvement opportunities and study updates.
Thank you for your interest in and assistance with this important study.