Here's look at the eight existing and one planned parking ramps in the city of La Crosse.
La Crosse Center Ramp
Number of spaces: 893
Number of reserved spaces: 404
Main Street Ramp
Cost: $2.98 million
Number of spaces: 395
Number of reserved spaces: 304
Market Square Ramp
Cost: $12.7 million (which included housing and retail space)
Number of spaces: 632
Number of reserved spaces: 451
Riverside Center Ramp
Cost: $10.3 million
Number of spaces: About 600
Number of reserved spaces: 0
Pine Street ramp
Opened: Opened fall of 2017
Cost: $17.2 million
Number of spaces: 606
Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare ramp
Opened: 2002 (it was the first parking structure in the city built by a private entity)
Cost: $3.5 million.
Number of spaces: 330
Details: The ramp, which is not open to the public, is for hospital-based staff and volunteers.
Gundersen Health System ramps
The Green Ramp is an underground ramp adjacent to the Gundersen Clinic. It opened in 2008, and it has 550 parking spaces on three levels for patients and visitors.
The Blue Ramp is an above-ground ramp attached to Gundersen’s hospital. It opened in 2010 and has 600 parking spaces on three levels three levels for patients and visitors.
The ramps were part of Gundersen’s campus renewal project, so the cost was not separated out.
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse ramp
Opened: 2013 (an expansion added two levels in 2015)
Cost: $11.75 million (funded by user fees)
Number of spaces: 982
Western Technical College ramp
Cost: $4.8 million (paid through referendum funding)
Number of spaces: 292 (by permit only)