Built in the early 1960s, the I-94 East-West Corridor links the state’s $810 million investment in the Marquette Interchange and ongoing $1.7 billion investment in the Zoo Interchange. Nearly 21,000 businesses, 310,000 jobs and 540,000 residents are located within a 5-mile radius of the corridor’s center. The stretch connects people, jobs and products in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties to points beyond and is a main artery for Wisconsin commerce.
But its age and increasing deterioration are creating significant congestion, safety and economic development challenges.
Please use this easy tool to contact members of the Joint Finance Committee. Urge them to keep the I-94 East-West reconstruction project moving forward in the 2017-19 budget by approving the project and providing sufficient funding.