Part of WisDOTís long-range transportation plan, Connections
2030, is the identification of a series of system-level priority
corridors. These corridors are critical to Wisconsinís travel patterns and
support the stateís economy.
Connections 2030 identifies 37 system-level priority corridors throughout the state. For each priority corridor, maps and tables highlight elements that include
Connections 2030 recommendations, projects identified in the Six-Year Highway Improvement Program, and plan recommendations from applicable metropolitan planning organizations, regional planning commissions and tribal governments.
Maps have been produced for each of the 37 corridors and each of the stateís 13 metropolitan planning areas. Because the Southeast Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission's
area covers seven counties, individual county maps were developed.
While these maps identify specific projects, they do not guarantee the timing of these projects or whether they will be undertaken.
Each corridor has a name that describes its history, the places it connects, and other distinguishing characteristics.
The maps are presented in color as Adobe PDF files, and are best
printed at 11" x 17"
size paper, but will print by default at 8.5" x 11. Some files are large and may take longer to download depending on individual connection
speeds. Click the desired county on the map below to see a list
of corridors in that area, or choose from
an alphabetical county list. The maps are also
listed in alphabetical order by name as
well as by WisDOT region.