- Wisconsin may see the fewest number of traffic deaths since World War II.
Traffic fatalities continue to decline across Wisconsin.
As of Wednesday, Wisconsin Department of Transportation Data showed there have been 480 road deaths so far this year.
That's compared to 527 in 2013.
The director of the transportation department's bureau of safety hopes there will be less than 500 fatalities by the end of the year.
Increased seat-belt usage, improved roads, and better safety features in cars have all helped.
The push to reduce drunken driving also made a difference.
|Story By: Associated Press