We shall be informing you about the various roads of Hudson, Wisconsin, in this article. We believe that it will be important to understand the various roadways of the city, as it will allow you to navigate the city’s areas with more ease, as well as understanding the various locations of the different landmarks, parks, schools, and other places of interest. We will be tiering our order in which we shall inform you of these roads, starting from the largest roads, or the Interstates (i.e. Interstate 2), then US Routes (Route 10), then State Routes/etc. (State Route 18), and finally, then onto roads not covered by the various highway systems of the US, such as streets, boulevards, and drives. Now, without further ado, let us begin, starting with the Interstate freeways.
The first and probably the most important road for the city is Interstate 94, which, as brief as it is within the area, feeds the city much needed traffic, and thus increases its output in various fields, the most important of which are economic and productive. The Interstate freeway starts off in the hard east of the city, intersecting and forming and concurrency with the highway of State Trunk Highway 35 (will be abbreviated in this article as STH 35 for the sake of shortening the paragraphs), but does not enter the city of Hudson until its intersection with Carmichael Street. From there it moves straight westward, and before it exits the city’s administrative boundaries, it separates from the concurrency with STH 35. After that, the Interstate freeway exits the city of Hudson, Wisconsin on a bridge, and into the state of Minnesota. It also is in a concurrency with US Route 12, which follows the same route as Interstate 94, and splits from it outside the boundaries of Hudson.
The next road on our list is State Trunk Highway 35, or, for the sake of shortening this paragraph, STH 35. The route enters the city of Hudson, Wisconsin, at its southeastern corner, it first goes north, bending westward when it intersects and forms a concurrency with Interstate 94/US Route 12. Most of its length within the city of Hudson is inside the concurrency of Interstate 94 and US Route 12. When the latter exits the city, STH 35 turns to the north, as 2nd Street South (this stretch of road is named in a north to south manner). The highway then exits the city in the northwestern corner over Lake Mallalieu in the north and into the neighboring town of North Hudson.
Other important roads for the city of Hudson, Wisconsin are Vine Street and Carmichael Road, which are east-west and north-south (and vice-versa) roads respectively. The former, Vine Street, offers good leeway into the northern sections of the city, and ends with its intersection with 2nd Street South (also known as State Trunk Highway 35), while the latter, Carmichael Road, gives you a good north-south road to use, it also is a good way to enter Interstate 95 with its intersection with it. This road exits slightly in the southwest of the city.