County EA is the east side counterpart to County EB on the west side of Green Bay. Paralleling Interstate 43, CTH-EA constitutes an arterial road along Huron Road. The north-south route serves businesses and new developments near I-43.


County EA north
Start of Brown County EA north, just past Willow Road. Photo taken 02/22/16.
The first reassurance marker for CTH-EA stands in an agricultural area just east of suburban development along parallel Ontario Road. Photo taken 02/22/16.
CTH-EA (Huron Road) crosses a tributary of Bower Creek through a undeveloped wooded area. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Streetlights make their first appearance along the road northbound ahead of CTH-JJ (Eaton Road). Photo taken 02/22/16.
Businesses appear along the west side of CTH-EA (Eaton Road) at the junction with CTH-JJ (Eaton Road). Photo taken 02/22/16.
Entering the roundabout with Eaton Road along County EA north. County JJ runs along Eaton Road west to Manitowoc Road and an interchange with Interstate 43. East from Bellevue, CTH-JJ dog legs south one half mile through the town of Eaton to end at CTH-P near Henrysville. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Leading north from County JJ (Eaton Road), County EA expands to a four lane arterial Photo taken 02/22/16.
The surface of County EA switches to concrete from asphalt as Huron Road serves the I-43 Business Center area through east Green Bay. Photo taken 02/22/16.
The remainder of CTH-EA north travels through the city of Green Bay. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Approaching County V (East Mason Street) along County EA (Huron Road) north by the McAuliffe Park community. Photo taken 02/22/16.
A four-way stop sign governs movements between County EA and V. CTH-V leads west to Interstate 43 and east to the rural town of Humboldt. The Mason Street alignment forms a four-lane arterial through to U.S. 141 between the Preble and Wilder Park neighborhoods. Photo taken 02/22/16.
County EA transitions from a four lane undivided arterial to a divided roadway beyond Sitka Street. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Angling northeast from the Woodside Heights community, CTH-EA spans Star Creek. Construction of Huron Road beyond this stretch overtook a portion of Woodside Road north of Whittier Drive. Photo taken 02/22/16.
CTH-EA crosses Baird Creek just ahead of this Wisconsin Central railroad crossing. Lights were not installed at this crossing because it is rarely used. The crossing is also exempt from School Buses having to stop. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Shifting another quarter mile to the east, County EA (Huron Road) intersects County N (Humboldt Road). Photo taken 02/22/16.
CTH-N ventures east from Green Bay to Humboldt and Sugar Bush before entering the Town of Luxemburg in Kewaunee County. West from CTH-EA, Humboldt Road connects with the Schmitt Park and Baird Creek neighborhoods east of I-43. Photo taken 02/22/16.
County EA (Huron Road) extends north from County V through the Bay Highlands neighborhood to Wis 54 & 57. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Traffic signal with the Wis 57 north & Wis 54 east ramps. A folded diamond interchange provides access to Wis 54/57 freeway. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Huron Road travels above STH-54 & 57 through to the westbound on-ramp into Green Bay. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Northbound CTH-EA at the ramp to Wis 57 south/Wis 54 west. To the left is an entrance to UW Green Bay campus. This is the end of County EA/Huron Road and the beginning of Bay Settlement Road. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Bay Settlement Road transitions from four to two lanes beyond the interchange with Wis 54 & 57. Bay Settlement Road represents the pre-expressway alignment of Wis 57. Photo taken 02/22/16.
County EA south
Beginning of County EA south as Bay Settlement Road reaches the ramps with south Wis 57 & west Wis 54 and an entrance to UW Green Bay. Photo taken 02/22/16.
All ramps with the STH-54 & 57 freeway tie into the east side of CTH-EA (Huron Road) as part of a folded diamond interchange. Photo taken 02/22/16.
The Huron Road extension north bisected the pre-built Bay Highlands neighborhood. The four-lane arterial proceeds south from the community to intersect County N (Humboldt Road). Photo taken 02/22/16.
Humboldt Road takes CTH-N west from Sugar Bush and Humboldt in rural east Brown County to the suburban neighborhoods of Baird Creek and Schmitt Park west of CTH-EA (Huron Road). Photo taken 02/22/16.
Huron Road shifts west a quarter mile to overtake Woodside Road south across Baird Creek. A right in/right out intersection with Woodside Road prevents northbound CTH-EA traffic from using Woodside Road as a shortcut to CTH-N west. Photo taken 02/22/16.
County EA goes from a divided to an undivided roadway south of Sitka Street along the McAuliffe Park community. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Huron Road transitions into a commercial area from Finger Road south to County V (East Mason Street). Photo taken 02/22/16.
Mason Street forms the main east-west route connecting the I-43 Business Center area of east Green Bay with Interstate 43 and U.S. 141 & Wis 29 at the Lake Largo and Imperial Pride neighborhoods. Mason Street leads west across the city to become a freeway over the Fox River as part of STH-54. Photo taken 02/22/16.
County EA (Huron Road) south enters the village of Bellevue. Photo taken 02/22/16.
The surface of Huron Road switches from concrete to asphalt through Bellevue. Development lines the west side of the arterial through to CTH-JJ (Eaton Road). Photo taken 02/22/16.
Approaching County JJ, the right lane will drop and merge with Eaton Road west at the forthcoming roundabout. Photo taken 02/22/16.
A bypass lane provides uninterrupted access to Eaton Road west as CTH-JJ heads toward Manitowoc Road and an interchange with Interstate 43. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Beyond CTH-JJ (Eaton Road), County EA becomes a two lane road with a center turn lane in select locations. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Street lights end as the road becomes more rural. Photo taken 02/22/16.
End of County EA at Willow Road. Future plans call for extending County EA southward along the remainder of Huron Road and on a new alignment to U.S. 141 and Interstate 43. Photo taken 02/22/16.
Huron Road presently ends at Wis 29 (Kewaunee Road). Future County EA will cross Wis 29 here and meet the intersection of US 141/County R and continue south on US 141 to the I-43 interchange. Photo taken 02/22/16.



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02/22/16 by Peter Johnson

Connect with:
U.S. 141
Wisconsin 29
Wisconsin 54
Wisconsin 57
Brown County V

Page Updated 03-07-2016.