Sheboygan County has over 1,380 miles of roads, including Interstate 43, which bisects the county and makes travel north and south to/from Chicago and Milwaukee and to/from Green Bay effortless.
Seven state highways are located in Sheboygan County, including State Highways 23, 28, 32, 42, 57, 67, and 144. These highways provide superior access between all major communities within the county, and throughout the region. Highways 23 and 57 are four-lane in parts of the county.
Sheboygan County provides excellent highway access to major markets in Milwaukee (55 miles), Green Bay (60 miles), Madison (110 miles), Chicago (140 miles), and Minneapolis (340 miles).
Trucks carry 83 percent of all manufactured freight transported in Wisconsin, and over 77 percent of all Wisconsin communities are served exclusively by trucks.
Interactive State-Wide Traffic County Map
To view the state's interactive traffic county map created by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation go to: www.trust.dot.state.wi.us/roadrunner.