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WIS 21 Planning Study - Goal and objectives

Traffic on WIS 21.

WisDOT developed draft goals and objectives using information from the local officials stakeholder committee and the stakeholder survey responses.


Meet long-term transportation needs by providing safe, dependable and efficient movement of traffic while enhancing economic viability.


  • Improve mobility and operating capacity by reducing congestion and travel time.
  • Improve safety by reducing intersection-related crashes and conflict points.
  • Improve aesthetics by minimizing billboards and using community sensitive design techniques.
  • Enhance economic viability by reducing congestion and improving accessibility.
  • Find an acceptable balance between mobility and accessibility.

  • Develop transportation improvements that are compatible with sound comprehensive plans.
  • Provide transportation improvements using cost effective strategies.
  • Provide a transportation system that minimizes negative impacts on the environment and community.

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Last modified: July 8, 2013

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