Project location |
Project overview |
US 14, WIS 78 (Mazomanie) to US 12/18 (Middleton), in Dane County.
The US 14 corridor, a 15-mile segment, is a backbone connector highway. It is a direct connection between Madison and La Crosse and a gateway highway to Southwest Wisconsin. It is part of the Connections 2030 Frank Lloyd Wright Corridor.
Planning for a Corridor Preservation Access Study began in 2008. Traffic along this corridor is projected to increase by over 30 percent over the next 25 years leading to reduced intersection operations and unsafe conditions throughout the corridor.
This study documents all safety, operational deficiencies and environmental characteristics of the corridor. This study also helped develop roadway and intersection strategies and recommendations to increase safety and operations along the corridor.
Future (next year and beyond)
- To be determined (TBD) - This study is intended as a source of information to aid in making future transportation decisions. There are no immediate plans or allocated funds for construction at this time.
Past (anything prior to today)
2008 and older
- April 3, 2008 - PIM
- 2008 - Planning started
- Study completed May 2010.
- This study is intended as a source of information to aid in making future transportation decisions. There are no immediate plans or allocated funds for construction at this time.
Tom Koprowski, WisDOT Study Manager
Michael Bie, WisDOT Southwest Region Communications Manager
Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT)
Southwest Region, Madison Office
2101 Wright St.
Madison, WI 53704
Phone: (608) 246-3800
Fax: (608) 246-3843