Changes in Washington Bring Road Funding Discussion

When the new administration takes over in Washington tomorrow there will be a new Transportation Secretary. That will be Elaine Chao. Chao is a Washington veteran having served in high-level positions in previous Republican administrations. And unlike many of the new president’s appointments her confirmation hearing was uneventful and she enjoys wide bipartisan support. Chao [...]


What happens to a person riding a bicycle or person walking if they are partially at fault for a crash in Wisconsin?

Thanks for this guest post by Clayton Griessmeyer, Bicycle Injury Lawyer and a member of the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Bike Fed  www.griessmeyerlaw.com   Getting hit by a car while bicycling, walking, or jogging often results in out of pocket losses. These may include things like a deductible for medical insurance, medical bills, [...]



New Bike Taxes & Fees May Be Proposed

As the Wisconsin legislature starts to churn during the winter and spring you may be hearing discussion about license and fee increases related to natural resources. Here’s what’s going on. The Department of Natural Resources has identified a $4 million to $6 million annual gap in the amount of money it is authorized to invest [...]