What do you think about Wisconsin’s rest areas? WisDOT wants your opinion

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MADISON —  The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) wants to hear what you think of the state’s network of rest areas? So it created a brief survey to help plan for future services, locations and traveler needs.

There are various ways to take the survey:

  • Online: restareasurvey.dot.wi.gov
  • Scan the QR code located on posters at all WisDOT rest areas.
  • Pick-up a paper survey at a WisDOT rest area, complete it and mail it to the pre-addressed location.

In addition, WisDOT will have staff conducting in-person surveys and available to answer questions on July 2 between 4 and 8 p.m. at the following four rest areas:

  • Beloit (in Rock County at I-39 northbound/I-90 westbound mile marker 187)
  • Portage (in Columbia County at I-39 southbound/I-90/I-94 eastbound mile marker 113)
  • Johnson Creek (in Jefferson County at I-94 westbound mile marker 263)
  • Menomonie (in Dunn County at I-94 eastbound and westbound mile marker 43)

The online survey will remain open until September 12, 2015. All input collected will be reviewed and integrated into a plan for maintaining and improving Wisconsin rest areas into the future. User comments are an important part of the analysis which will include a full data collection effort to identify rest area issues and needs. The final plan will include strategies and guidelines for replacing, reconstructing and improving facilities in the future.

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