Interstate 94 in Wisconsin

Interstate 94 In Wisconsin

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Interstate 94 in Wisconsin

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In the U.S. state of Wisconsin, Interstate 94 runs east–west through the western, central and southeastern portions of the state.

Route description

A total of of Interstate 94 lie in Wisconsin.

The route, cosigned with US 12, enters from Minnesota just east of the Twin Cities. The route passes north of Menomonie and south of Eau Claire before turning southeast and heading towards Tomah where it joins Interstate 90. The two interstates remain concurrent for the next to Madison. I-94 enters the state as a 6-lane facility which reduces to 4-lane at Exit 4 (US 12).

Interstate 94 passes by the popular tourist destination of Wisconsin Dells.

The route converges with Interstate 39 southeast of Tomah (near Portage). This concurrency (30 miles) is the longest three-route concurrency of the Interstate Highway system and only one of two in existence. The interchanges mark a return to a six-lane configuration.

I-94 turns eastward toward Milwaukee at what is commonly known as the "Badger Interchange" where the three interstates meet with WIS 30. The route returns to four-lanes after the interchange traffic merges, then returns to six lanes just west of Waukesha. The highway remains six-lane facility (with various auxiliary and collector/distributor lanes in Milwaukee at interchanges) east and south of this point. I-94 passes through downtown Milwaukee, turning southbound and joining Interstate 43 for .

I-94 leaves Milwaukee...
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