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So, today wraps up a big travel weekend.
If you hit the roads in Wisconsin, how were they?
Did you hit any tolls (you shouldn’t have; not in Wisconsin, at least).
On this Memorial Day weekend, taking a spin on our Walk-O-Meter, we’re rating three campaign promises Gov. Scott Walker made on transportation.
More than halfway into his second term, let’s see how Walker has done.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Constitutional amendment on transportation fund goes to voters Nov. 4," Oct. 9, 2014
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Voters approve state transportation fund amendment," Nov. 4, 2014
Email, Gov. Scott Walker deputy communications director Tom Evenson, May 24, 2016
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "DOT plan would study toll roads, fees based on miles driven," Nov. 18, 2014
Wisconsin State Journal, "On road funding, GOP lawmakers say they’re ready for a real fix," Nov. 13, 2015
Badger Herald, "Toll talks: How to pay for Wisconsin’s roads," Nov. 9, 2015
Email, Wisconsin Department of Transportation spokeswoman Patty Mayers, May 24, 2016
Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau, "Transportation finance," (Table 5) January 2015
Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau, memo, May 24, 2016