Milwaukee is considering a cut to residential speed limits from 25 to 20 mph. Police said there's hope that the slight decrease will save lives.
Ahead of Fourth of July weekend, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is reminding travelers about construction and safe driving practices.
Milwaukee leaders hope to eliminate all traffic deaths within the next 15 years.
A black bear estimated to be 250 pounds-plus was struck and killed by a truck in the Hale Interchange Wednesday morning, June 22.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is reminding motorists to be alert of pavement buckles amid the recent heat wave.
A semitruck fire prompted a closure of Interstate 43 northbound starting at State Highway 32 in Ozaukee County on Thursday afternoon, June 9.
A lane of northbound I-43 was blocked near Hampton Avenue on Wednesday morning, June 1 – due to a crash.
Northbound I-43/94 is closed at Chase Avenue because of a crash.
WIS 175 was temporarily closed through the Stadium Interchange on Friday morning, May 27 due to a medical emergency.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation reminds Memorial Day weekend travelers to buckle up, put their phone down, plan their routes and drive carefully though work zones.
The annual Click It or Ticket campaign begins Monday, May 23 and runs through June 5.
Traffic deaths rose 10.5% over 2020, the largest percentage increase since the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began its fatality data collection in 1975.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) revealed on Monday, May 16 that the northbound I-41 exit to Burleigh Street will reopen on Tuesday morning.
Both drivers were transported to the hospital with life-threatening and serious injuries, according to officials.
Westbound I-94 at Hawley Road was temporarily shut down on Wednesday morning, May 11 after a shooting there left a subject with serious injuries.
Two people are dead following a wrong-way crash on southbound I-43 near Chase Avenue Wednesday morning.
Warmers temperatures are in the forecast throughout southern Wisconsin – and now, state officials are warning motorists about the possibility of pavement buckling.
All lanes on southbound I-41 were temporarily closed at Ryan Road Thursday morning, May 5 due to a rollover crash.
A third person has died of injuries suffered in a highway crash last weekend in Sheboygan County, sheriff's officials said Friday, April 29.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says distracted driving is a growing problem – as the number of crashes continue to increase.