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South La Crosse Transportation Study
La Crosse County
Study completed 2005. This website remains up for reference purposes only. For more information, contact:
Rick Vydrzal, WisDOT Project Manager
Michael Bie, WisDOT Southwest Region Communications Manager
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Southwest Region, La Crosse Office
3550 Mormon Coulee Rd.
La Crosse, WI 54601
Phone: (608) 785-9022 or (888) 368-5463 (toll free)
Fax: (608) 785-9969
Study completed 2005.
South Ave./Mormon Coulee Rd. (US 14/61/WIS 35) in La Crosse, in La Crosse County.
- Segment A - Green Bay St., south to the separation of US 14 with WIS 35
- Segment B - US 14, from its separation with WIS 35 to La Crosse County M
- Segment C - WIS 35, from its separation with US 14 to County K
WisDOT, in cooperation with the La Crosse Area Planning Committee (LAPC), city of La Crosse and town of Shelby, studied South Ave./Mormon Coulee Rd. (US 14/61/WIS 35) to identify a long-term vision for the future of this heavily-traveled route.
The section of South Ave./Mormon Coulee Rd. studied extended from junction with Green Bay St. (by Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center) to intersection of US 14/61/WIS 35.
Two rural highway segments were also examined:
- WIS 35, from US 14/61/WIS 35 intersection to La Crosse County line (near Goose Island).
- US 14/61, from US 14/61/WIS 35 intersection to junction with County M (near Ten Mile Hill).
Timing for potential four-lane construction on the rural segments was examined using updated traffic counts and forecasts.
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Last modified: July 24, 2014
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