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On this page, we’ve included all funds distributed within Wisconsin from the programs we've evaluated. Many of those funds are distributed to local governments and private entities, not used by the state government.

programtotal funding
National Highway Performance Program$552,315,450
Surface Transportation Block Grant Program$268,694,003
Capital Investment Grants Program$103,000,000
Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment Program$100,000,000
Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects Program (INFRA)$80,000,000
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund for lead service line replacement$71,995,310
Clean Water State Revolving Fund$71,692,840
Urbanized Area Formula Grants Program$68,166,910
Highway Safety Improvement Program$56,332,047
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund$45,692,340
Bridge Formula Program$45,000,000
Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity Grant Program$31,301,590
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program$29,851,972
Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) - Formula Program$27,242,586
National Highway Freight Program$26,094,521
Clean School Bus Program$25,825,000
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund emerging contaminants$25,754,000
Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program$25,660,168
Carbon Reduction Program$23,958,549
Highway Safety Programs$13,353,747
Tribal Transportation Program$12,642,170
National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program$11,642,061
Weatherization Assistance Program$10,686,141
Port Infrastructure Development Program grants$10,134,800
Railroad Crossing Elimination Grant Program$9,999,600
Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Formula Program$9,318,203
Safe Streets and Roads for All Grant Program$6,684,180
Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program$6,313,529
Railway-Highway Crossing Program$6,295,247
Metropolitan Planning Program$6,031,338
Clean Water State Revolving Fund supplemental appropriation for emerging contaminants$5,054,000
US Army Corps of Engineers IIJA Construction Projects$4,310,000
Low or No Emission Vehicle Program$3,796,872
State of Good Repair Grants Program$3,538,794
Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program$2,836,249
Airport Terminals Program$2,600,000
Federal Transit Administration Metropolitan, Statewide, and Non-Metropolitan Planning$2,401,628
Community Wildfire Defense Grant Program for at-Risk Communities$716,939
State Safety Oversight Program$603,683
Formula Grants for Rural Areas Program, Growing State Apportionments, Growing States and High-Density States Program (combined)$391,968

Where Is Funding Distributed?

National Highway Performance Program

Funding amount per 1,000 residents


Compare funding received by state

National Highway Performance Program

Other states


Notes: X-axis of chart is scaled logarithmically

Is Infrastructure Funding Allocated Equitably?

For each federal program, we compared a jurisdiction’s percentile for per-capita funding received with that jurisdiction’s percentiles along a number of different demographic and need indicators. A number above 0 means a program is overfunding a jurisdiction compared with the selected indicator, and a number below 0 means the program is underfunding the jurisdiction compared with the selected indicator.

indicator Equity score
Share of population who are people of color visualization of equity score


Poverty rate visualization of equity score


Population density visualization of equity score


Median household income visualization of equity score


Fatal accident frequency visualization of equity score


Annual vehicle miles per household visualization of equity score


Person trips per household visualization of equity score


Car access per household visualization of equity score


Miles of highway visualization of equity score


Transportation staff capacity visualization of equity score


Project Credits

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