Road Miles, Drive Times
Road Miles and Drive Times, with Directions
|Destination: La Crosse and Onalaska, Wisconsin
||From Chicago take I-90 westbound. Stay on I-90 past Madison and continue on I-90 when it diverges from I-94 at Tomah, to La Crosse and Onalaska.
||From Dubuque take US-151 northeast to Madison, then take the US-12/18 beltway east. Join I-90 westbound and follow it to La Crosse and Onalaska.
||From Duluth take US-53 south through Eau Claire. Take I-94 eastbound, then near Tomah take I-90 west to La Crosse and Onalaska.
||From Madison take I-90/94 westbound (north). When I-90 and I-94 divide, take I-90 west to La Crosse and Onalaska.
||From Milwaukee take I-94 westbound past Madison, where it merges with I-90. When I-90/94 divides near Tomah, take I-90 west to La Crosse and Onalaska.
||From Rockford take I-90 westbound (north) past Madison, where it merges with I-90. When I-90/94 divides near Tomah, take I-90 west to La Crosse and Onalaska.
|St Paul, MN
||From St Paul take US-52 south just past Rochester to I-90 east to La Crosse and Onalaska.
|Stevens Point, WI
||From Stevens Point take I-39 south to SR 21. Take SR 21 west to I-94. Take I-94 eastbound about four miles to I-90 west to La Crosse and Onalaska.
|Eau Claire, WI
||From Eau Claire take I-94 eastbound to I-90 westbound to La Crosse and Onalaska.
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Drive times are calculated based on typical safe driving speeds, under good driving conditions, for Interstate highways, multi-lane divided highways, non-divided highways and county roads. Your times may vary.
Abbreviations used in the above table: "Cty" = County Road or County Trunk Highway, "SR" = State Road or Highway, "US" = US Highway, "I-" indicates US Interstate System.