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US 12/14 West Beltline Modifications (University Ave.-Mineral Pt. Rd.)
Middleton-Madison, in Dane County
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US 12/14, University Ave. (Middleton) to just south of Mineral Pt. Rd. (Madison), in Dane County.
- The Madison Beltline provides transportation access for residents of Madison, Middleton, Fitchburg, Monona, Verona, McFarland, and other adjacent communities.
- It is also the only continuous east-west route in the project area, and the only roadway providing east-west mobility south of Lake Monona.
- The lack of continuous parallel routes increases the Beltline’s importance locally and is in part why it is so heavily used by local traffic.
- In recognition of its statewide importance, the Wisconsin State Highway Plan lists the Madison Beltline, Verona Rd. Interchange to I-39/90, as a Corridors 2020 Backbone route, the highest classification for a roadway.
- The Corridors 2020 Backbone
routes are key multi-lane routes that connect major population and
economic centers, and provide economic links to national and
- The remainder of the Madison Beltline is classified as a Corridors 2020 Connector route. The Connector routes are highways that connect key communities and regional economic centers to the Corridors 2020 Backbone routes.
- Noise barriers will be evaluated on east side of Beltline between Mineral Point and Old Sauk Roads.
- Project cost estimated at $12 million.
- View information on individual roadway
- Terrace Ave. to Greenway Blvd.
- Greenway Blvd. to Old Sauk Rd
- Old Sauk Rd. to Mineral Point Rd.
- Mineral Point Rd. to Gammon Rd.
- Other Improvements
- Construction scheduled to start and be completed 2014
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Last modified: October 22, 2013
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