WI 57:
From I-43 at Port Washington north to WI 23, WI 57 is an expressway with a 55-mph speed limit and some traffic lights. WI 57 is also planned to be an expressway from Green Bay to Sturgeon Bay. The completed segments are from Green Bay to Dyckesville and from WI 42 to Sturgeon Bay, including the Sturgeon Bay Bypass.

History - Entire Route:

Date Activity
1977 Sturgeon Bay Bypass complete
1989 Designated as part of the Corridors 2020 plan
1992 Money provided for study
1997 Funding approved for construction
December 1998 Final EIS approved
November 15, 2003 Complete from I-43 at Port Washington to Random Lake.

History - by Segment:

Segment Status
WI 54 to Church Rd Complete in 1999 and 2000
Church Rd to Dyckesville Opened December 2, 2003
Dyckesville Bypass to Brown / Kewaunee county line Construction will begin in Fall 2004, with completion slated for Fall 2006
Kewaunee County Construction slated for 2008
Door County south of CR H ROW will be purchased in 2005. Construction slated for 2007
Door County north of CR H Construction will begin in Fall 2004, with completion slated for Fall 2006

Maps (click here):


WI 64:
WI 64 is being upgraded to an expressway from Minnesota to New Richmond.


WI 93:
WI 93 is an expressway south of Eau Claire.


WI 124:
WI 124 is an expressway between US 12 and US 53 in Eau Claire.

Completed 1994.


US 141:
US 141 is an expressway between the US 41 / US 141 split in Abrams and WI 22. An extension is planned north to WI 64. Lena will be bypassed to the east and Coleman and Pound will be bypassed to the west.

History - Abrams to Pound:

Date Activity
Early 2000 - Mid 2005 Design
Mid-2000 - Late 2005 ROW acquisition
Late 2003 - Spring 2005 Utility relocation
Mid-2004 - Late 2007 Construction


Craig Holl, Wisconsin DOT, Chris Bessert, Derron Kerr


Last Updated: 1/3/04

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