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US 14 Corridor Preservation Access Study - Reports

Access management plan

Access management, when used in traffic and traffic engineering circles, generally refers to the regulation of interchanges, intersections, driveways and median openings to a roadway.

Its objectives are to enable access to land uses while maintaining roadway safety and mobility through controlling access location, design, spacing and operation. This is particularly important for major roadways intended to provide efficient service to through-traffic movements.

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Strategies and recommendations

Short and long-term strategies and recommendations for the US 14 corridor within the study area.

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WisDOT Southwest Region Office-Madison, swr.dtsd@dot.wi.gov
Last modified: June 20, 2013

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