All ramps are open at the US 14 and WIS 138 interchange.
US 14 is an important route in and around the Madison metropolitan
area. Between WIS 92 and County MM, the existing US 14 does not have
the capacity or design to carry the rising traffic volumes in the
To address this issue, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation
(WisDOT) has multiple reconstruction projects planned on this section
of US 14.
Current construction projects
US 14/WIS 138 Interchange Reconstruction and Construction - WisDOT
is reconstructing the US 14/WIS 138 interchange
and placement of roundabouts at the ramp terminals.
2011, US 14 (US 12/18 and County MM) Resurfacing -
WisDOT plans to resurface US 14 between US 12/18 and County MM to
address existing pavement degradation.
2011, Existing Lacy Road Overpass and McCoy Road Interchange
Reconstruction (City of Fitchburg project) - The city of Fitchburg will be constructing a new
full-diamond interchange located between the existing Lacy Road
overpass and the McCoy Road interchange. In conjunction with the new
interchange, the southerly ramps of McCoy Road interchange will be
Future design projects
Reconstruct the US 14/County MM interchange and the County MM and
County M intersection.
To address existing pavement degradation along County
MM and the poor Level of Service (LOS) at the intersection of
County MM, at the US 14 ramp terminals, and at County M, WisDOT
plans to reconstruct the US 14/County MM interchange and the
County MM and County M intersection.
A roundabout will be placed
at each ramp terminal and at the County M intersection.
On hold - US 14, between WIS 138 and WIS 92, will be reconstructed as a new two-lane, limited-access
This section of roadway will be
relocated onto right of way originally purchased in 1976.
time, this project design is on hold and it is unknown when it will move forward.
2010 - City of Fitchburg resurfaced the 4-lane segment on
McCoy Road in the interchange area.
2009 - WisDOT expanded the existing US 14 from two to four
lanes from County MM to WIS 138.