Wisconsin Highway 32

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State Trunk Highway 32 marker

State Trunk Highway 32
32nd Division Memorial Highway[1]
Route information
Maintained by WisDOT
Length325.69 mi[2] (524.15 km)
Tourist
routes
Lake Michigan Circle Tour
Major junctions
South end IL 137 in Pleasant Prairie
  I-794 in Milwaukee
I-43 / WIS 100 in Bayside
I-43 / WIS 57 in Grafton
I-43 in Port Washington
I-43 in Cedar Grove
I-41 / US 41 / WIS 54 in Green Bay
I-41 / US 41 / WIS 29 in Howard
North end US 45 in Land O' Lakes
Location
CountiesKenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Calumet, Brown, Shawano, Oconto, Forest, Oneida, Vilas
Highway system
WIS 31WIS 33
32nd Division Infantry sign in Racine County

State Trunk Highway 32 (often called Highway 32, STH 32 or WIS 32) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Wisconsin that runs north–south in eastern Wisconsin. It runs from the Illinois border (at Illinois Route 137) north to the Michigan border (concurrent with U.S. Highway 45). It is named the 32nd Division Memorial Highway after the U.S. 32nd Infantry Division, and the highway shields have red arrows—the division's logo—on either side of the number 32.[1] The route of WIS 32 and the Red Arrow marking is set in state statute by the Wisconsin Legislature.[3]

Concurrencies[edit]

WIS 32 shares its designation, or runs concurrently with, at least 16 different state, U.S. and Interstate Highways over its length. They are:

WIS 32 is named for the Red Arrow Division, which was composed of soldiers from Wisconsin and Michigan during World War I. Because of this, it is sometimes known as the 32nd Division Memorial Highway.[4]

See also[edit]

  • Sheridan Road, the highway's designation through much of Kenosha and Racine

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Wisconsin Highways: STH-32 Red Arrow Highway[self-published source]
  2. ^ Bessert, Chris. "Wisconsin Highways: Highways 30-39 (Highway 32)". Wisconsin Highways. Retrieved March 20, 2007.[self-published source]
  3. ^ "Wisconsin Statute 84.104".
  4. ^ "Wisconsin Highway 32". World of Signs. Retrieved February 10, 2017.[self-published source]

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