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Acceptable use policy

Access to and use of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation World Wide Web site is provided subject to these terms and conditions. Please read these terms carefully as use of this site constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions.


This website, and the pages and material available on it, are for the noncommercial use of the general public. The fair use guidelines of the U.S. copyright statutes apply to all material on the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Web pages. The State of Wisconsin shall remain the sole and exclusive owner of all rights, title and interest in and to all specifically copyrighted information created and posted for inclusion in this system. Photographs and graphics on WisDOT's website are not necessarily part of the public domain; some such materials may be copyrighted by third parties, others may be owned by the state. We recommend contacting the individual listed as responsible for the content on the page (see the footer at the bottom of each page) before copying graphics or pictures from the site to ensure you do not violate any copyright laws. If you cannot identify the Web page contact, please direct inquiries to the WisDOT This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . If permission to reproduce or redistribute is granted, the reproduced materials shall clearly state: "Reproduced with permission from the State of Wisconsin."

Linking to the WisDOT Internet site

If you are interested in linking to WisDOT from your website, you may do so.
If you would like to add an icon to your site linking to a specific program on the WisDOT Internet site, contact the content expert listed in the footer of the page in question. The WisDOT This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it can provide the triskelion logo found in the upper right corner of our Internet pages. We recommend using this logo for general linking purposes or in the absence of a more specific program logo.


WisDOT Internet pages are designed to be accessible to everyone. The site is compatible with browsers, disability software, screen readers, non-mouse, non-keyboard and other devices.