Connections 2030 - System-level priority corridor maps

Statewide map of system-level corridorsPart of Connections 2030 is the identification of a series of system-level priority corridors. These corridors are critical to Wisconsin’s travel patterns and support the state’s 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 state’s 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. The maps are listed by county in alphabetical order.

Adams

Ashland

Barron

Bayfield

Brown

Buffalo

Burnett

Calumet

Chippewa

Clark

Columbia

Crawford

Dane

Dodge

Door

Douglas

Dunn

Eau Claire

Florence

Fond du Lac

Forest

Grant

Green

Green Lake

Iowa

Iron

Jackson

Jefferson

Juneau

Kenosha

Kewaunee

La Crosse

Lafayette

Langlade

Lincoln

Manitowoc

Marathon

Marinette

Marquette

Menominee

Milwaukee

Monroe

Oconto

Oneida

Outagamie

Ozaukee

Pepin

Pierce

Polk

Portage

Price

Racine

Richland

Rock

Rusk

St. Croix

Sauk

Sawyer

Shawano

Sheboygan

Taylor

Trempealeau

Vernon

Vilas

Walworth

Washburn

Washington

Waukesha

Waupaca

Waushara

Winnebago

Wood