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  2. Wisconsin Highway 100 - Wikipedia

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    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 ...

  3. List of state trunk highways in Wisconsin - Wikipedia

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    The organized system of Wisconsin State Trunk Highways (typically abbreviated as STH or WIS ), the state highway system for the U.S. state of Wisconsin, was created in 1917. The legislation made Wisconsin the first state to have a standard numbering system for its highways. It was designed to connect every county seat and city with over 5000 ...

  4. Freeways of Milwaukee - Wikipedia

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    The Stadium Freeway (also known as Miller Park Way) is a six-lane divided highway traveling south to north in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This freeway was the first road of its kind built in Milwaukee County. It is designated as Wisconsin Highway 175 (WI 175) along its northern stretch from WIS 59, past Interstate 94 (I-94) to Lisbon Avenue.

  5. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel courier dies in car crash ... - AOL

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    Stark, a 50-year-old courier for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, was killed while driving to work late Saturday when, police said, a reckless driver crashed into his vehicle on the city’s ...

  6. Wisconsin State Trunk Highway System - Wikipedia

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    The state of Wisconsin maintains 158 state trunk highways, ranging from two-lane rural roads to limited-access freeways. These highways are paid for by the state's Transportation Fund, which is considered unique among state highway funds because it is kept entirely separate from the general fund, therefore, revenues received from transportation services are required to be used on transportation.

  7. Interstate 94 in Wisconsin - Wikipedia

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    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]

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

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    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. List of counties in Wisconsin - Wikipedia

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    Brown County's southern portion was used to form Milwaukee County in 1834. The state of Wisconsin was created from Wisconsin Territory on May 29, 1848, with 28 counties. The most populous county in the state is Milwaukee County at 916,205 people at the 2023 Census estimate.

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