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US 51, Stoughton Rd. Corridor Study - Project reports
Prior to the current EIS study, a Needs Assessment (NA) and Traffic, Safety and Needs Identification Analysis (TSNIA) Study was completed for the corridor.
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Traffic, Safety and Needs Identification Analysis (TSNIA)
TSNIA corridor study conducted to develop long-term planning alternatives to address issues identified in the Needs Assessment. Completed in 2012.
- View the complete TSNIA
or view individual sections below,
broken up into smaller file sizes for quicker download times.
- Report (Sections
- 1.0 Introduction
- 2.0 Traffic conditions
- 3.0 Roadway geometrics
- 4.0 Interchange/ramp geometrics
- 5.0 Access control and frontage road spacing
- 6.0 Bicycle and pedestrian facilities
- 7.0 Crashes & safety
- 8.0 Pavement condition
- 9.0 Structures
- 10.0 Alternatives
- 11.0 Agency coordination
- 12.0 Public involvement
- 13.0 Summary
- Exhibit 1-2
- 1, Condition maps
- 2, Crash maps
- Exhibit 3, Alt. A
- Exhibit 3, Alt. B
- Exhibit 3, Alt. C - Voges Rd.-Milwaukee St.
- Exhibit 3, Alt. C - WIS 30-WIS 19
- Exhibit 4-7
- 4, Geometric analysis tables
- 5, Construction cost estimate tables
- 6, Archaeological and historical sites
- 7, Coordination summary
- Report (Sections 1-13)
Needs Assessment (NA)
NA conducted to identify corridor deficiencies and needs, completed in 2003.
- View the NA (9 MB)
To make arrangements to view the report or to obtain a printed copy or a copy on CD contact:
Jeff Berens, WisDOT Project Manager
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US 51 Stoughton Road Study Team, email@example.com
Last modified: June 25, 2013
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