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I-39 Stevens Point Area Corridor Study
Plover-Hull, in Portage County

Logo I-39 Stevens Point Area Corridor Study
View NC, I-39 (WIS 54 - US 10 west) Corridor Study location.
Map key - Thick orange line is the project overview/location. Blue tear drop with dot in center is the project limit.

Project location

I-39, WIS 54 to US 10 west, passing through Plover, Whiting, Park Ridge, Stevens Point, Dewey and Hull, in Portage County.

Project overview

WisDOT launched the I-39 Stevens Point Area Corridor Study in 2010 to assess safety, operations, pavement and bike/pedestrian needs to meet the existing and future transportation needs on I-39/US 51/US 10/WIS 66 in the Stevens Point area.

The corridor study stretches from the WIS 54 interchange (Plover) to the US 10 west interchange (Hull). Four main interchanges are being evaluated as part of the study:

  • WIS 54
  • County B
  • US 10 east/WIS 66 west
  • WIS 66 east/Stanley St.

Preserving the corridor and limiting impacts to adjacent landowners and the traveling public is an important part of the study.

A number of proposed improvements will maintain the operational efficiency of the highways and improve the safety for the traveling public. In addition, bridges located along the corridor will be improved to ensure they meet current design, safety and clearance standards.

Status/phase

Study with no construction activity at this time.

WisDOT staff have been working on the corridor study for the past two years. Three environmental reports are currently underway to assess the study’s proposed improvements.

SSI - Project contacts Questions about the content of this page:
WisDOT North Central Region Office, ncr.dtsd@dot.wi.gov

Last modified: November 6, 2013

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