Wisconsin’s infrastructure has received a mediocre grade. The Wisconsin Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers 2020 Report Card gives the state an overall grade of ‘C’ – or mediocre – in 13 categories of infrastructure.
Water and energy infrastructure systems have received significant investments but roads and transit received the lowest grades in the report, each earning a ‘D+.’
Those roads cost drivers 6 billion dollars annually from vehicle wear and tear, wasted fuel due to congestion and costs of crashes.
The full report can be found at infrastructurereportcard.org/state-item/wisconsin/