The plan to rebuild I-94 is once again part of the conversation.
Governor Tony Evers yesterday said he wants to revive the plan to work on the interstate between the Marquette and Zoo interchanges. Former Governor Walker dropped plans for the same project back in 2017 because he couldn’t find a way for Wisconsin to pay its portion of the project.
Governor Evers is not saying how he would do that this time around. The project is expected to cost a billion-dollars. Even if there is some agreement over how to pay it, work wouldn’t start until at least 2023.