Welcome to ITS Wisconsin
ITS Wisconsin advocates for technologies that improve the safety, efficiency, and mobility of Wisconsin’s surface transportation system. We work closely with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, industry partners, and university-based research and development in the promotion, planning, and deployment of advance transportation technologies. ITS deployments create jobs while promoting sustainable transportation and Wisconsin’s economic competitiveness.
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ITS Wisconsin Project of the Year Announcement
ITS Wisconsin’s 5th Annual Project
of the Year Award Program recognizes quality projects or initiatives based in
the state of Wisconsin that leverage technology to enhance transportation
mobility, safety, and economic activity. The program is open to all types
and sizes of transportation technology projects completed in the last year or
This year's award was presented to the WisDOT Highway 100 Adaptive Signal System project team at the
Annual ITS Forum on October 31, 2013.
The 20th Annual ITS Forum
Please join us on October 2, 2014 for the 20th Annual ITS Forum which will be held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Union South. If interested in becoming a member of the planning committee, contact Emily Silverson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The 19th Annual ITS Forum
The 2013 Wisconsin ITS Forum occurred on Thursday, October 31, 2013 at the Marquette University Alumni Union located at 1250 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53233.
Presentations from the sessions are now available!
Morning SessionAfternoon Session
- Milwaukee’s I-94 E-W Study Update - Jason Lynch, Wisconsin DOT
- Smart Work Zones on the I-39/90 Project - Brian Scott & Jacob Folkeringa, SRF Consulting
- Advanced Traffic Management Systems on the Illinois Tollway - Ahmed Ghaly, Illinois Tollway
- Commercial Trucking and Technology - Don Osterberg, Schneider Trucking
- The Long Road to Deploy Advanced Parking Systems in Milwaukee - Chris Fornal (City of Milwaukee)
- Trends in Smart Parking and Urban Goods Movement - Rick Warner, ParkingCarma
- ITS Projects in the City of Appleton - Mike Hardy, City of Appleton
- ITS Projects in the City of Madison - Scott Langer, City of Madison
- Zoo Interchange Signal Systems Update - Elizabeth Schneider, Wisconsin DOT
- Next Generation 511 Update - Virginia Lingham, Wisconsin DOT
- Lessons Learned on Developing Popular Traffic Apps - Allan Vestal, Journal Sentinel
- Research Results on Traveler Information Impacts and Diversion - Laura Higgins, TTI
Annual Mallards Baseball Outing - Thursday, July 25, 2013
Join your peers on Thursday, July 25th, 2013 at Warner Park in Madison, and watch the Madison Mallards play the Battle Creek Bombers. The Madison Mallards are members of the Northwoods League, a summer collegiate baseball league which provides a place for the best college players to display their talents to professional scouts.
Games are held at Warner Park, located at 2920 N. Sherman Ave., Madison, WI 53704. Here is the schedule:
- The park opens at 5:30 p.m. Come on over and start enjoying all you can eat and drink.
- Game starts at 7:05p.m.
Tickets are $35/person and include all you can eat ballpark food, all you can drink ballpark beverages, and seating in the Budweiser Solid Rock rooftop area. Youth tickets are available for $25/person (Ages 6-18 with paid adult) and kids 5 and under are free. There will also be fantastic prizes raffled off during the game!
Please fill out this ticket reservation form (PDF), and send it with check to the address on the form by July 12th.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Paul Kutz. Visit the Madison Mallards website for more info on the Mallards.
ITS/ITE Joint Lunch Meeting
Joint ITS Wisconsin and ITE Wisconsin Section for a joint lunch meeting at Rock Bottom Brewery on Wednesday, July 10th, 2013. The Rock Bottom Brewery is located at 740 N. Plankinton Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53203.
The Ken Voigt Award Presentation will occur and a presentation by Eric Gannaway from Rhythm Engineering on "Adaptive Traffic Signal Technology Real-Time Artificial Intelligence Delivering Real-World Results."
The cost is $20 per person, $10 for students. Please RSVP by NOON on Wednesday, July 3rd , 2013, with Emily Silverson (Emily.Silverson@dot.wi.gov), or by phone at 414-225-3726. Reservations are considered firm unless cancelled by NOON on Monday, July 8th, 2013.
The 18th Annual ITS Forum
The 2012 Wisconsin ITS Forum occurred on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Union South. 1308 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI 53715.
Refer to the Final Program for more details of the event.
Thank you to all the speakers and attendees who participated in the program. Click on the topics below for speaker presentations.
- Morning Sessions
- Afternoon Training Sessions
ITS Wisconsin Enters into Strategic Partnership with GLTEI
Silver and Gold Membership includes Access to Industry Showcase Events
ITS Wisconsin and the Great Lakes Transportation Enterprise Institute (GLTEI) have entered into a strategic partnership to offer a consolidated membership for interested organizations. In support of that partnership, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Bureau of Traffic Operations has been invited to participate in a series of Industry Showcase Meetings. Through these Showcase Meetings, GLTEI/ITSWI members can participate in one-on-one meetings with WisDOT and other public agency traffic operations management and purchasing decision makers. A primary objective is to reduce industry's cost and effort in sharing information about new products, services, and approaches with key public sector customers. Continue to check the GLTEI website for upcoming Showcase Meetings.
Please contact GLTEI Secretary, Todd Szymkowski at email@example.com to pursue membership, and to schedule a time slot at an upcoming Industry Showcase Meeting.