JFC tweaks Evers administration’s plan for extra $283M in federal transportation funds

The Joint Finance Committee today tweaked the Evers administration's plan for an extra $283 million in federal transportation funds, including a ban on using a small pot of the money for bike trails.
The bulk of the extra money flowing into Wisconsin this fiscal year comes from the bipartisan infrastructure bill that cleared Congress and was signed by President Biden.
The state Department of Transportation proposed using $123.6 million of that for state highway rehabilitation, with $83.8 million for local transportation facilities and $60.7 million for local bridge improvements.
All three made...

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