The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is conducting an
access and safety study on a 22.5 mile segment of US 14.
This study is looking to preserve the US 14 corridor and prolong
its useful life. It will analyze current safety and
operations, as well as access, and recommend improvements and
strategies that will allow US 14 to operate efficiently and safely
into the future.
US 14 is an important regional route that serves the metropolitan
areas of La Crosse, Madison and Janesville as well as the greater
Chicago area. It functions as a connector to
(backbone system: network of multi-lane highways connecting
all major population and economic regions of a state).
The study will produce an operational and safety analysis report to
identify corridor deficiencies in addition to improvement
recommendations to extend the highway’s useful life.
Planning and/or design began in July 2009.
Study - Access and safety study with
no construction activity.
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Last modified: September 13, 2011