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US 51 Corridor Study (Stoughton-McFarland) - Maps
US 51, I-39/90 (east of Stoughton) to US 12/18 (Beltline) north of McFarland, in Dane County.
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Oct. 15, 2012 - PIM
- US 51 segments and County B
- US 51 intersections
- No build - No action would be taken beyond normal roadway maintenance.
- Alternative A - Low build, safety improvements
- Alternative A and Alternative B - Safety improvements
- Alternative B - Four lane expansion and Stoughton bypass
- US 51
(County B to Exchange St.)
- 22 foot median barrier (right in/right out at Charles Ln.)
- 22 foot median barrier with access at Schneider Dr. (right in/right out at Charles Ln.)
- 50 foot median (right in/right out/left in at Charles Ln.)
- McFarland area improvements
- Stoughton bypass west link
- Stoughton bypass north link
- Stoughton bypass options east of County N
- County B on alignment or County B south alignment, Avoids the park
- County B south alignment
- Stoughton area typical sections
- US 51 (County B to Exchange St.)
The analysis of existing and future operating characteristics of a roadway can be measured using Level of Service (LOS) to provide an indication of the ability of the roadway to satisfy both existing and future travel demand.
LOS is a quantitative measure of the quality of service of a transportation facility. The LOS measure is broken down into six letter grades, “A” through “F” with “A” being the best and “F” being the worst. LOS measure of D/E is considered the lowest acceptable rating for an intersection.
- LOS descriptions
- 2035 LOS peak hour operation summary
- Existing - 2003
- Future no build
- Alternative A
- Alternative B
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Last modified: June 27, 2013
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