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Web Mapping

LAPCLogo

LAPC web maps are currently accessed through the La Crosse County Land Information GIS Web App Portal. We will have our own portal within the next few months but in the meantime each image below will connect to the web map through the County portal.

Transportation Improvement Program

The Transportation Improvement Program or TIP is a four-year listing of transportation projects that include federal-funded, state-funded, and regionally significant transportation projects in the LAPC planning area. A TIP document is published annually and includes not only the four-year list of projects but also discussion of performance measures and targets and listings of illustrative and annual obligated projects. The TIP project list is often amended as new projects come online and existing projects experience updates. The web map illustrates the annual TIP as it is amended.

2022-2025 TIP web map image

 

Modal Web Maps
Transit Services

Public transit services in the planning area are provided by La Crosse Municipal Transit Utility (MTU); Onalaska Shared Ride (OSR), which is also known as Onalaska/Holmen/West Salem Public Transit; and Scenic Mississippi Regional Transit (SMRT). The web map shows the routes and stops for fixed-route services and the service area for demand response service.

Transit Services web map image

Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

Coming soon!

 

Performance Mapping

Beginning with MAP-21 (Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act), State departments of transportation (DOTs) and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) have been required to engage in performance-based planning, which includes tracking and developing targets for 27 federal performance measures. The web maps below illustrate existing conditions that can be mapped. Other performance information can be found on our Performance Monitoring page.

Condition

In 2017, the Federal Highway Administration set the final rule for infrastructure performance measures. The rule requires State Departments of Transportation to develop performance measures and establish targets for four pavement condition and two bridge condition measures:

  • Interstate Pavement in good condition
  • Interstate Pavement in poor condition
  • Non-Interstate National Highway System (NHS) Pavement in good condition
  • Non-Interstate National Highway System (NHS) Pavement in poor condition
  • National Highway System (NHS) bridges in good condition  
  • National Highway System (NHS) bridges in poor condition ​

Metropolitan planning organizations must either agree to plan and program projects that work to achieve their State's targets or develop their own. The LAPC has chosen to adopt their States' (Wisconsin and Minnesota) targets. The annual Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) reports the current State targets.

2020 Bridge and Pavement Condition web map image

Safety

In 2016, the Federal Highway Administration set the final rule for safety performance measures. The rule requires State Departments of Transportation to develop performance measures and establish targets for five safety measures:

  • Number of fatalities
  • Rate of fatalities per 100 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT)
  • Number of serious injuries
  • Rate of serious injuries per 100 million VMT
  • Number of non-motorized fatalities and serious injuries

Metropolitan planning organizations must either agree to plan and program projects that work to achieve their State's targets or develop their own. The LAPC has chosen to adopt its States' (Wisconsin and Minnesota) targets. The annual Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) reports the current State targets and discusses how the LAPC is doing within its planning area.

The web map illustrates crashes in the planning area for 2019-2021. Deer crashes and parking lot and private property crashes that occurred outside the road right-of-way are excluded. Crashes that occurred in 2021 are considered preliminary.

2019-2021 Crashes map image