CARW members continue to advocate for the modernization of the I94 East West corridor to add capacity and safety for users of the roadway. The corridor is a driver of economic development. Recently, a coalition that CARW is a part of, I-94 Econ Connect, released a poll that shows broad support within demographic, geographic and political subsets.
MILWAUKEE, WI – Area residents overwhelmingly support the modernization of the 60-year-old I-94 East-West Corridor with an added lane in each direction to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow and safety, according to a poll of Milwaukee and Waukesha voters released today.
Roughly three-quarters of those surveyed drive this vital stretch of Interstate between the Marquette and Zoo interchanges at least once a month, with 28 percent using it weekly. People who live along the 3.5-mile proposed project work area are most likely to use the corridor daily.
Read the full release and powerpoint deck HERE