U.S. Route 53
U.S. Highway 53 (abbreviated U.S. 53) is a United States highway in the United States. It connects the U.S. Highways 14 and 61 near the west of La Crosse, Wisconsin, with the Canadian border in Fort Frances.
Between Chippewa Falls in Wisconsin and International Falls in Minnesota is the U.S. 53 the so-called case -to- case Corridor. This section will be particularly preferred and expanded investments in the infrastructure.
The U.S. Highway 53 leaves La Crosse to the north and uses south of the La Crosse Municipal Airport for about two kilometers, the route of Interstate 90, he branches off from the interstate freeway northbound from and happened while smaller places like Galesville, Blair and Whitehall. West of Interstate 94 near Osseo he shares for about five kilometers a route with U.S. Highway 10 then runs the U.S. 53 to Eau Claire parallel to I -94.
In the southeast of Eau Claire, the highway crosses the first Interstate 94 meets shortly thereafter on U.S. Highway 12 He leaves the city as freeway and hits south of Chippewa Falls on the freeway also developed Wisconsin State Route 29 in the south of Cameron crosses U.S. 53 to U.S. Highway 8 between Spooner and Trego he uses for some kilometers the route of U.S. Highway 63 and then crossed the St. Croix River.
The U.S. Highway 53 forms workarounds to places like Minong and Solon Springs. From the Amnicon Falls State Park it runs on the route of the U.S. Highway 2 in a northwesterly direction. To the east of Superior, they separate again before U.S. 53 crosses the north of the city along with Interstate 535 at the John A. Blatnik Bridge the Saint Louis Bay and reached the border with Minnesota.
In Duluth, the highway leaves after the cross with Interstate 35, the route of the feeder I- 535 and then runs in a north -westerly direction. Here, the U.S. Highway 53 happened in the north to Duluth International Airport and from the junction of the Minnesota State Route 33 in Independence, he leads north through mostly through sparsely populated areas. In Virginia branches of U.S. Highway 169 from the west.
In the south of International Falls U.S. 53 passes the Falls International Airport. Together with U.S. Highway 71 ends of U.S. Highway 53 after crossing the Rainy River to the Canadian border. After 649 kilometers, it goes to the Ontario Highways 11 and 71, which are part of the Trans -Canada Highway system.