It’s like finding a 100-dollar bill under a cushion on your couch. Road project costs coming in lower than projected and an unexpected 38-million dollars in state revenue work together to provide a pleasant surprise. Fuel tax collections and vehicle registration fees were the sources of the additional revenue. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is quickly expediting 21 road and bridge maintenance jobs to be completed before the end of the fiscal year in June. Governor Scott Walker credits Wis-Dot with showing fiscal prudence.