What is the Roadside Facilities Program?
Wisconsin's Safety Rest Area Maintenance (RAM) Program has been in existence since 1987. The RAM Program includes 28 safety rest areas and 90 seasonal sites. The Safety Weight Enforcement Facilities Maintenance (SWEFM) Program has been in existence since 2001. The SWEFM Program includes 13 sites. The Program consists of 132 roadside sites in 35 counties in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) owns these sites and acts as the program administrator. WisDOT contracts with Disability Service Provider Network Roadside Facilities (DSPN RF) to provide program management services. WisDOT also contracts with 21 Service Providers who provide custodial care and landscape maintenance services at these roadside sites. For more information about the program, click here.
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For information about road conditions and construction projects around the state and how they might impact your travel plans, use our handy travel guide.
Travel information on Wisconsin highways can be found at www.511wi.gov. Information on the I-39/90 Expansion Project is provided at www.i39-90.wi.gov, including the option to register for project email updates. Alerts and updates provided via these sites are not intended for use while driving. When driving, your focus should always be on the road.