US 41 (Wisconsin state line-Green Bay) Interstate Conversion - Maps
The study corridor is 175 miles long and located almost entirely
within the state of Wisconsin.
The proposed interstate will begin at the I-94/US 41 interchange
located approximately one mile south of the Wisconsin/Illinois border.
The route continues north concurrently with I-94 to the Mitchell
interchange and then northwesterly concurrent with I-894 to the Zoo
interchange. From the Zoo interchange, the route will extend north
along US 45 and US 41 through Fond du Lac, the Fox Valley, and Green
Bay and end at the I-43 interchange.
Communities along the corridor include: Pleasant Prairie, Kenosha,
Racine, Oak Creek, Franklin, Greendale, Milwaukee, West Allis,
Wauwatosa, Menominee Falls, Germantown, Slinger, Lomira, Fond du Lac,
Oshkosh, Neenah, Menasha, Grand Chute, Appleton, Little Chute,
Kaukauna, De Pere, Ashwaubenon, Howard and Green Bay.
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