|Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT)|
|Preceding agencies||Wisconsin Highway Commission
Wisconsin Aeronautics Commission
Wisconsin State Patrol
|Agency executive||Mark Gottlieb, Secretary of Transportation|
|Parent Agency||State of Wisconsin|
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is a governmental agency of the U.S. state of Wisconsin responsible for planning, building and maintaining the state's highways. It is also responsible for planning transportation in the state relating to rail, including passenger rail, public transit, freight water transport and air transport, however it devotes very little of its resources to these modes.
The Wisconsin DOT is made up of three executive offices and five divisions organized according to transportation function. WisDOT's main office is located at Hill Farms State Transportation Building in Madison, and it maintains regional offices throughout the state.
Wisconsin DOT Divisions
- Business Management (DBM)
- Motor Vehicles (DMV)
- Transportation Investment Management (DTIM)
- Transportation System Development (DTSD)
- Wisconsin State Patrol (DSP)
- Mark Gottlieb, P.E., secretary
- Wisconsin Department of Transportation (September 16, 2010). "Department overview".
- Connections 2030: Wisconsin's long-range transportation plan
- Department overview
- Organizational structure