- Real Estate Acquisitions: How To Avoid Costly Delays (PDF), by Beth Steinhauer, MSA Professional Services published in the April 2015, the Municipality
- Established in 1991, the Local Roads Improvement Program (LRIP) (PDF) assists local governments in improving seriously deteriorating county highways, town roads, and city and village streets. LRIP is a reimbursement program, which pays up to 50% of total eligible costs with local governments providing the balance. Read more about 2014-2015 Program Guidelines and Requirements.
- How Sprawl Is Lengthening Our Commutes and Why Misleading Mobility Measures Are Making Things Worse, a report published by CEOs for Cities.
- General Transportation Aids
- Local Government Programs
- Wisconsin Transportation Information Center - created in 1983 to help local highway officials manage their road systems
- Local Roads and Street Council Brochure on the General Transportation Aids Program (PDF)
- The FasterBetterSafer Campaign - The Americans for Transportation Mobility Coalition’s FasterBetterSafer Campaign is a nationwide effort by business, labor, transportation organizations and concerned citizens to advocate for increased federal investment in the nation’s aging and overburdened transportation system.
- Car-free transportation options by 1,000 Friends of Wisconsin. The website is called bus, bike, walk and it has information about getting around the state using transit (intercity and intra-city transport info and links are provided) as well as policy background and advocacy for transit, biking and walking.