Who We Are
The Milwaukee County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) develops and maintains Milwaukee County's infrastructure needs based on the diverse talent and qualifications of its staff. We have five divisions: Airport, Highway Maintenance, Fleet Management, Transit/Paratransit System and Director's Office. The Director and Deputy Director of Transportation oversee the day-to-day function of the department.
Traffic Safety Commission
The Milwaukee County Traffic Safety Commission (TSC) brings together stakeholders from around the County with a variety of backgrounds and expertise in an effort to reduce the number of traffic-related injuries and deaths within the County by fostering a coordinated effort among traffic safety professionals, agencies and representatives of citizen organizations. The TSC meets quarterly and its meetings are open to the public.
- Represent the interests of their constituency
- Offer solutions to traffic safety-related problems
- Report back to their constituency
Thursday, May 9, 2019 from 1 - 2 p.m.
Milwaukee County Department of Transportation
10320 W. Watertown Plank Rd., 2nd Floor
Large Conference Room
For More Information Contact
Sgt. Greg Sousek, Co-Chair, Milwaukee Police Department
Chris Sohre, Co-Chair, West Allis Police Department
- The County Highway Commissioner (or designee)
- The Chief County Law Enforcement Officer (or designee)
- The County Highway Safety Coordinator
- Education Representative
- A Medical Representative
- A Legal Representative
- Wisconsin State Patrol Representative
- Highway Engineering Representative
- Traffic Safety Representative
83.013 - County Traffic Safety Commissions
Report an Issue
Jurisdiction over roads in Milwaukee County can be confusing. Use our interactive maps to determine whom to contact to report issues such as mowing responsibility, road conditions, pot holes and signs down.
For road issues, use the Road Maintenance Responsibility app to determine the appropriate party for the road/highway in question. If you already know that Milwaukee County DOT maintains the road/highway, use the Report an Issue form below.
Road Maintenance Responsibility
Report an Issue
For mowing responsibilities, use our Mowing Areas app.
For any questions about the interactive applications, contact MCDOT GIS.
Two times a year, the MCDOT holds a public auction of vehicles ranging from lawn mowers to semi-trucks with snow plows attached. Sign up to receive information and email reminders of the dates.
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We recently installed energy saving LED fixtures
in 80 traffic signals, which led to a 90% reduction in electricity use.
Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS)
With 60 routes and 5,500 bus stops, MCTS is the best way to get around Milwaukee County. We help you connect to the community while also reducing congestion on the roads and greenhouse gases in the air.
All our buses are fully ADA accessible and we are proud to be bike and stroller friendly. We offer real-time bus arrival information and on board audio announcements for all stops and transfer points.
Plan Your Trip
Enter your starting and ending location in the Trip Planner to find the quickest route available.
Save on Your Trip
The MCTS M•CARD and Ride MCTS App are easy and affordable ways to pay for bus service. Even better, you save money every time you ride!
Download the free app or buy your cards and load them online or at more than 90 locations across Milwaukee County including the County Clerk's office.
Ride MCTS App
In addition, the GO Pass is available for eligible seniors and persons with disabilities.
Track Your Trip
Track your bus in real-time so you never miss your connection.
Book a Trip
Check Flight Status