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Interstate 94 Wisconsin
Westbound - Interstate 894 to Interstate 39/Interstate 90

Highway Information

Miles 341.02
Counties Traveled
Through
St. Croix, Dunn,
Eau Claire, Trempealeau,
Jackson, Monroe,
Juneau, Sauk,
Columbia, Dane,
Jefferson, Waukesha,
Milwaukee, Racine,
Kenosha
Cities Eau Claire, Tomah,
Madison, Waukesha,
Milwaukee, Racine,
Kenosha
Major Junctions Interstate 90
(Exit 147 & Exit 240)

Interstate 39
(Exit 108B & Exit 240)

Interstate 894
(Exit 305A & Exit 316)

Interstate 43
(Exit 310B & Exit 316)

Interstate 794
(Exit 310C)

OKRoads Coverage
Miles Driven
by OKRoads
(Percentage)
228 (67%)
Western End of
Interstate Driven
(Section 1)
Minnesota State Line
Eastern End of
Interstate Driven
(Section 1)
Wisconsin 124
Western End of
Interstate Driven
(Section 2)
Interstate 90
Eastern End of
Interstate Driven
(Section 2)
Interstate 43/
Interstate 894

Pictures

Westbound:

Inside Interstate 894

Interstate 894 to Interstate 39/Interstate 90

Interstate 90 Duplex

Wisconsin 124 to Minnesota State Line

Interstate 94 West
Mileage sign on Interstate 94 West, 3/4 mile east of Wisconsin 100. The sign is located inside the Interstate 894/U.S. 45 interchange. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exits 304A-B - Wisconsin 100 - 1/2 mile. Wisconsin 100 is a 3/4 beltway of sorts around the Milwaukee area, and travels along surface streets for all but four of its 40 miles. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 304B (Wisconsin 100 North) to the Milwaukee County Zoo. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 304B - Wisconsin 100 North, with a special guest appearance by the windshield wiper. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 304A - Wisconsin 100 South. This picture shows the gore point signage at the loop ramp. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Mileage sign on Interstate 94 West, 1 3/4 miles east of Moorland Road (Exits 301A-B). There are just three interchanges in the next seven miles. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exits 301A-B - Moorland Road - 1 mile. Moorland Road travels north-south through Brookfield, New Berlin, and Muskego. This is also the only interchange inside the limits of the city of Brookfield, population 38,649. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
A crash investigation site is located south of Interstate 94 on Moorland Road. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 301B - Northbound Moorland Road. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 301A - Southbound Moorland Road. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 295 (County F) to downtown Waukesha. The city of Waukesha is home to 64,825 residents, making it the 7th largest city in the state. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Mileage sign on Interstate 94 West, 1 1/4 miles east of U.S. 18, Wisconsin 164 South, and Waukesha County Y. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 297 - U.S. 18/Wisconsin 164 South/Waukesha County JJ - 1 mile. U.S. 18, which travels less than one mile north of Interstate 94 between Brookfield and downtown Milwaukee, moves to the south side of the interstate at Exit 297. Waukesha County Y travels north-south along Barker Road. Waukesha County JJ is signed both here and at the exit ramp's departure, but is not signed elsewhere. Waukesha County JJ begins at U.S. 18 between Interstate 94 and Waukesha County Y and replaces U.S. 18 along Bluemound Road as the federal highway becomes Moreland Boulevard. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 297 - U.S. 18/Wisconsin 164/Waukesha County JJ/Waukesha County Y - Barker Road/Bluemound Road. County Y travels along Barker Road. Wisconsin 164 duplexes with Interstate 94 from Exit 297 to Exit 294. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Traffic to U.S. 18 East, County Y, and County JJ depart at this point. Barker Road is the overpass in this picture. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Traffic bound for U.S. 18 West and Wisconsin 164 South uses this loop ramp to make the connection. Wisconsin 164 duplexes with U.S. 18 for about 1.5 miles. The state highway once went west on U.S. 18 to North Street before being rerouted around central Waukesha. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West and Wisconsin 164 North
Use any of the next six exits to the city of Pewaukee, population 11,783. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West and Wisconsin 164 North approaching Exit 295 - County F to Wisconsin 74 - 1 mile. This exit serves the former route of Wisconsin 164. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Continue to Exit 293 (County T) to downtown Pewaukee. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Mileage sign on Interstate 94 West and Wisconsin 164 North, 3/4 mile east of Exit 295. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use southbound County F to Carroll College. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West and Wisconsin 164 North at Exit 295 - County F to Wisconsin 74 - Waukesha/Sussex. Wisconsin 74 is two miles to the north. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West and Wisconsin 164 North approaching Exit 294 - Wisconsin 164 North/County J South - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 294 to the Waukesha County Airport/Crites Field and the Waukesha County Exposition Center. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Mileage sign on Interstate 94 West and Wisconsin 164 North, one-quarter mile east of Wisconsin 164 North. Wisconsin 16 begins in 1 1/4 miles. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West and Wisconsin 164 North at Exit 294 - Wisconsin 164 North/County J South - Waukesha/Pewaukee. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 293C - Wisconsin 16 West - 3/4 mile. Wisconsin 16 is the old U.S. 16 route through the state. U.S. 16 was replaced by Interstate 90 from Rapid City, South Dakota, eastward to Portage. The federal highway once went as far east as Detroit. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Continue to Exit 293 (County T) to the Waukesha County Technical College and the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 293C - Wisconsin 16 West - 1/4 mile, and Exit 293 - County T - 3/4 mile. The middle sign indicates that the third lane from the median can be used to either continue on the interstate or exit on Wisconsin 16. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
This mileage sign, posted just before Wisconsin 16 begins, makes no mention of the state highway. The three exits after Wisconsin 16 are all for county highways. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 293C - Wisconsin 16 West - Pewaukee. Wisconsin 16 is a freeway from Interstate 94 to Oconomowoc. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 293 - County T - Waukesha/Pewaukee. The overpass carries Wisconsin 16 East to Interstate 94 East. There is no direct access between Interstate 94 East and Wisconsin 16, nor from Wisconsin 16 East to Interstate 94 West.  (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 291 - County G - 1 mile. Meadowbrook Road carries County G travels through west Pewaukee. South of the interstate, County G heads west along the frontage road to a point near mile marker 289, where it heads south along Elmhurst Drive. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 291 - County G - 1/2 mile. Meadowbrook Road becomes County TT as it enters Waukesha just south of the interstate. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 291 - County G - Pewaukee/Waukesha. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 290 - County SS North - 1/2 mile. County SS begins as County G and travels north to Pewaukee Lake, then turns to the east along College Avenue before ending at County T. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 290 - County SS North - 1/4 mile. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 290 - County SS North - Pewaukee. The interstate narrows to two westbound lanes just ahead. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 287 - Wisconsin 83 - 1 mile. Wisconsin 83 travels 74.5 miles from the Illinois state line to Wisconsin 175. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 287 - Wisconsin 83 - Hartland/Wales. This is the first of two exits inside the city of Delafield. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 285 - County C - 1 mile. County C spans 16 miles from Wisconsin 67 to County K. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 285 to the St. John's Northwestern Military Academy. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Also use Exit 285 to the Lapham Peak Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 285 - County C - Delafield. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 283 - County P - 1 mile. This is a partial interchange, with only a westbound off-ramp and eastbound on-ramp. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 283 - County P/Sawyer Road. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 282 - Wisconsin 67 - 1 mile. The state highway travels through 160 miles of the state, connecting the Illinois state line near Beloit with Elkhorn, Oconomowoc, Mayville, and Plymouth. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 282 to the Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest and to the Old World Wisconsin historical site. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 282 - Wisconsin 67 - Dousman/Oconomowoc. Dousman (pop. 1,584) is five miles to the south, and Oconomowoc (pop. 12,382) is four miles to the north. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 275 - Jefferson County F - 1 mile. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use County F South to Sullivan, one of the stops on the Glacial Drumlin State Trail, a 52-mile bike trail. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 275 - County F - Sullivan/Ixonia. Ixonia is six miles to the north. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 267 - Wisconsin 26 - 1 mile. Wisconsin 26 is a principal through route from Janesville to Oshkosh. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Wisconsin 26 South to Jefferson (pop. 7,338) and Fort Atkinson (pop. 11,621). Fort Atkinson is 12 miles to the south. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 267 - Wisconsin 26 - Watertown/Jefferson Creek. The city of Watertown (pop. 21,598) is eight miles to the north. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching the Jefferson County rest area - 1 mile. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at the Jefferson County rest area. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 259 - Wisconsin 89 - 1 mile. Wisconsin 89 spans 56.55 miles from U.S. 14/Wisconsin 11 to Wisconsin 73 in Columbus. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 267 to the Glacial Drumlin State Trail and the Aztalan State Park. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 259 - Wisconsin 89 - Lake Mills/Waterloo. Lake Mills is home to 4,843 residents and is just to the south. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 250 - Wisconsin 73 - 1 mile. Wisconsin 73 is a north-south state highway connecting Marshall, Wisconsin Rapids, Neillsville, and Ingram, where it ends at U.S. 8, 266 miles after its southern terminus at Interstate 39/Interstate 90. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 250 - Wisconsin 73 - Marshall/Deerfield. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 244 - County N - 1 mile. County N spans three counties, beginning in Columbia County at County A and traveling south through Dane County to Wisconsin 59 in Edgerton in northern Rock County. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
The western end of the Glacial Drumlin State Trail is located in Cottage Grove. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 244 - County N - Sun Prairie/Cottage Grove. The city of Sun Prairie, six miles to the north, is home to 20,369 residents. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Mileage sign on Interstate 94 West just past County N. Interstate 39 and Interstate 90, simply referred to as "Hwy 90" on this sign, are three miles ahead. The state capital, the city of Madison, is nine miles ahead via Wisconsin 30 West. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exits 240 and 4A - Interstate 39/Interstate 90/Wisconsin 30 - 2 miles. This old button copy sign does not include Interstate 39. Exit 4A refers to the exit to Interstate 39 South and Interstate 90 East on Wisconsin 30, which continues the track of Interstate 94 into Madison. Exit 240 is the number for the Wisconsin 30 exit. (Photo taksen 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 4A - Interstate 39 South/Interstate 90 East - 1 mile. Wisconsin 30 is not mentioned on this sign. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Wisconsin 30 West to U.S. 51 North to the Dane County Regional Airport. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 240 - Wisconsin 30 West, and Exit 4A - Interstate 39 South/Interstate 90 East - 1/4 mile. An additional lane for those continuing on Interstate 94 West (and going onto Interstate 39 North and Interstate 90 West) forms prior to the exit. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 94 West at Exit 240 - Wisconsin 30 West - Madison. Exit 4A for Interstate 39 South and Interstate 90 East departs just ahead on the state highway. (Photo taken 7/12/05)

Page created: March 04, 2006
Last updated: March 05, 2006