In This Together

In this together sign and orange cone WisDOT recognizes businesses located in work zones have special needs. It's critical that customers have access to businesses and that t​hey continue to visit them throughout any highway or bridge project.​

In This Together: Road Construction Guide for Business​

Includes tips, tools and resources to help businesses plan for highway construction impacts. ​You can also check out our​​​Quick Guide.  

New Foreign language guides:​

Inclusiveness is important to us. WisDOT now offers Spanish an​d Hmong translations of our In This Together: ​​Road Construction Guide for Business.​​​​

In This Together includes: 

Workbook and case studies that demonstrate techniques that have been successfully used in communities throughout Wisconsin.

Promotional samples showin​g a variety of examples of how businesses have promoted their businesses during constr​uction.

This program is offered to business and community leaders as an idea source as they plan for road construction in their area. Through communication and cooperation, businesses can not only survive, but thrive, when road construction comes to town.​


A yellow backhoe and a red and white dump truck.Proje​ct information resources:

WisDOT routinely works on highway and bridge improvements in all 72 Wisconsin counties. It’s important to us that the public knows where road work is taking place, so they can provide input and plan for the impact on their communities. We also provide up-to-date information on road closures and detours so Wisconsinites can navigate construction and get where they need to go. 

​Visit 511wi.gov for information about projects that are actively, or just about to be, under construction.

​The Highway Studies and Projects page and the Six-Year Highway Program ​provide insight into work that's in pre-construction phases​​.​

Two-Year Transportation Improvement Program ArcGIS Map​​​