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  2. List of state trunk highways in Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    Wisconsin Highway 318 was planned to be extended south totaling 6 miles in length, forming a complete bypass and ending at Wisconsin Highway 59. However, U.S. Highway 18 used the whole bypass instead. WIS 341: 1: 1.6 WIS 59 in West Milwaukee: I-94/US 41 in Milwaukee: 1999: 2015 Now WIS 175: WIS 351: 2.64: 4.25 US 51 south of Janesville

  3. Interstate 94 in Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    History. I-94 was the first section of the Interstate Highway System completed within the state of Wisconsin. This one-mile (1.6 km) section, near Johnson Creek in Jefferson County, was built in 1958. [2] The route was added segment-by-segment over the years and was completed to its current alignment on November 4, 1969. [2]

  4. Milwaukee is among the cities with the worst drivers in ... - AOL

    In 2022, Milwaukee County recorded 111 traffic deaths, topping a record of 101 set in 2020, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Last year, 2023, saw 92 deaths in the county ...

  5. Freeways of Milwaukee - Wikipedia

    The 1.89-mile (3.04 km) freeway connects Interstate Highway 94 to the Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport. It is signed as Wisconsin Highway 119 (STH 119). The current route starts at Interstate 41 / Interstate 94 and has just one more exit at Wisconsin Highway 38 (Howell Avenue) before ending at the airport.

  6. Milwaukee, state leaders mourn death of Marquette President ...

    Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson called Lovell, Marquette's president since 2014, "a great community partner." “His faith was deep, and his commitment to service went beyond the boundaries of ...

  7. Administrative divisions of Wisconsin - Wikipedia

    Administrative divisions of Wisconsin. The administrative divisions of Wisconsin include counties, cities, villages and towns. In Wisconsin, all of these are units of general-purpose local government. There are also a number of special-purpose districts formed to handle regional concerns, such as school districts. [1]

  8. For more than a century, Milwaukee marked Memorial Day ... - AOL

    Milwaukee Journal photos from the 1930s to the '50s show parade-watchers lining Wisconsin Avenue four deep along much of the route, watching as 50 units or more marched down the avenue. In 1930 ...

  9. Wisconsin Highway 100 - Wikipedia

    WIS 100 roughly parallels the freight railroad beltway around Milwaukee constructed in 1912 by the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company, approximately one mile inside the north, west and south county lines. In Milwaukee's immediate western suburb Wauwatosa, WIS 100's north–south segment was once known as Lovers Lane; parts of the ...

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