The State Freight Plan (SFP) provides a vision for multimodal freight transportation and positions the state to remain competitive in the global marketplace.
The Wisconsin State Freight Plan is a multimodal document that identifies policies, strategies and projects to improve the state’s economic productivity, competitiveness and quality of life through the movement of goods safely, reliably and efficiently. These policies, strategies and projects are developed by identifying the condition and performance, as well as the trends and issues facing Wisconsin’s multimodal freight transportation system through data and stakeholder outreach. The multimodal and statewide focus of the Wisconsin State Freight Plan ensures that the analysis covers freight transportation in rural and urban contexts, short- and long-distance movements and connections between modes.
Through this approach, the Wisconsin State Freight Plan will advance the economic competitiveness of the United States by addressing bottlenecks and improving safety, security, efficiency and resiliency, while minimizing impacts to the natural environment. The Wisconsin State Freight Plan identifies the state’s critical multimodal freight facilities, enabling freight coordination between Wisconsin and its neighbors.