WisDOT releases updated Wisconsin state highway map
MILWAUKEE — A valuable planning tool for summer road trips is now available. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation announced Tuesday, May 9th, the latest version of the Wisconsin state highway map is now available to inspire trips to a variety of destinations across the Badger State.
According to a news release, “The Department of Transportation collaborated with the Department of Tourism to create a state highway map that promotes the Wisconsin tourism brand of fun.”
“With a refreshed layout and pictures that tie into Tourism’s “Real Fun” campaign, the map makes it easy for travelers to explore Wisconsin’s favorite attractions, destinations and hidden gems,” noted Wisconsin Department of Tourism Secretary Stephanie Klett.
The 2017-18 map reflects numerous changes since the map was last printed in 2015. The updates include:
- Fond du Lac County
- New alignment of US 45
- La Crosse County
- New designations for WIS 108 and County C
- Addition of 3.5 miles of divided highway for WIS 16 between La Crosse and West Salem
- Addition of 4 miles of divided highway for WIS 35 between La Crosse and Holmen
- Sauk County
- Jurisdictional transfer of WIS 123 to town road and city street in Baraboo
- Sheboygan/Manitowoc counties
- Removal of County LS and addition of County DL, between Sheboygan and Cleveland
- Winnebago County
- Addition of the newly incorporated Village of Fox Crossing
Printed copies of the map can be picked up free of charge at many locations:
- WisDOT Regional offices and Central office
- WisDOT Maps and Publications Sales office
- WisDOT Division of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices
- Wisconsin State Patrol offices
- Wisconsin rest areas
- Wisconsin Welcome Centers
- Wisconsin Travel Information Centers
- Convention and visitor bureaus statewide
- Wisconsin State Fair
Single copies of the map are available by calling the Wisconsin Department of Tourism at
1-800-432-8747 or ordering online from the Guides page in the Planning Tools section at TravelWisconsin.com.
Information for ordering multiple copies or laminated copies of the highway map is available by searching “highway maps” on the WisDOT website.