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Transportation sector

Our Transportation Section Specialist works closely with the road construction industry to identify ways new and innovative ways to improve the construction process while protecting our natural resources.
Our transportation sector development specialist works closely with the road construction industry to identify new and innovative ways to improve the construction process while protecting our natural resources.

The transportation sector includes both public and private enterprises involved with the planning, design, construction, material supply and maintenance of Wisconsin's highway, rail, harbor and air transportation network.

The transportation sector employs nearly 220,000 people in transportation-related industries in Wisconsin. This constitutes nine percent of all Wisconsin jobs.1 Whether we travel by air, water, rail or road, we recognize the importance of keeping Wisconsin connected while preserving, protection and managing Wisconsin's natural resources. Wisconsin is fortunate to host many organizations, associations, companies and government agencies who all share this mission.

Green Tier participants

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1 U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 County Business Patterns. "Other industries closely tied to transportation" include motor vehicle and parts dealers and wholesalers, vehicle repair, and highway and street construction. The average transportation related job in Wisconsin paid $31,576 in 2000 compared to a statewide average for all jobs of $30,185.

Last revised: Monday October 28 2019