Who We Are
Milwaukee County encompasses Wisconsin’s largest metropolitan area including the City of Milwaukee and 18 other municipalities. The County employs over 4,000 professionals serving diverse needs of the community through our award-winning park system, affordable, convenient and well-maintained airport and mass transportation systems, comprehensive human and health services for our children, youth, adults and aging communities, supporting cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic diversity and assuring a safe and secure support network for all of our citizens.
Department of Transportation Mission
Commitment to our mission provides a safe environment by promoting mobility and accessibility to the citizens of Milwaukee County and its visitors while enhancing the quality of life and promoting economic prosperity for all. As a recognized public works leader, we strive to continuously improve our operations in order to provide value, knowledge and expertise within the context of a sustainable environment.
Milwaukee County seeks a performance-driven individual to serve as Director of Transportation. The Director works under the general direction of the County Executive, and is responsible for the implementation of County policy for Transportation infrastructure in the oversight of Airport, Transit, Highway, and Fleet Management Divisions.
The Milwaukee County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) is a diverse Department charged with developing and maintaining Milwaukee County’s vast infrastructure needs. There are five distinct divisions within the Department and each is charged with a unique role in serving the needs of the County: Director’s Office, the Transportation Services Section, Highway Maintenance, Fleet Management and Transit Services. The Director manages the Department and is assisted by the Deputy Director.