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A Complete List of Northeast Wisconsin Road Construction Projects for the Travel Weekend

BROWN COUNTY
 
US 41 & County B Interchange
Location/limits: US 41/County B Interchange, Village of Suamico, Brown County
Schedule: May 29 to mid-August
Length of project: 0.30 miles
Cost: $2.58 million
Description of work: Reconstruct the US 41 & County B interchange, including update storm sewer, reconstruct railroad crossing along County B, new concrete pavement and sidewalks along County B, construct new retaining wall along County B, add additional left turn lane for the US 41 northbound off ramp, and add additional County B westbound lane. New signals will be installed at the interchange terminals, as well as new signing and pavement marking.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor will install portable changeable message signs (PCMS) notifying the traveling public of the US 41 & County B interchange closure.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will close the US 41 & County B interchange and begin removing the traffic signals, signs, and pavement. The contractor will also begin installing storm sewer and grading for the new pavement.
Traffic impacts: The US 41 & County B interchange will be closed during construction from May 29 to July 27, 2018. The northbound US 41 ramps will re-open on June 29, with the remainder of the interchange remaining closed until July 27. The interchange will open to all traffic on July 27th.
Detour: Two detours will be in place as follows:
  • Westbound County B: US 41 to County M to County HS to County B.
  • Eastbound County B: US 41 to County M to County J to County B.
 
US 41 Resurfacing
Location/limits: US 41 from Lineville Road to Norfield Road within the village of Suamico
Schedule: February 20, 2018 to mid-November 2018
Length of project: 4.75 miles
Cost: $13.02 million
Description of work: US 41/US 141 resurfacing, pavement repairs, asphalt pavement, and shoulder grading. Bridge deck rehabilitation at US 41/US 141 over Riverside Drive, US 41/US 141 over County B, US 41/US 141 over CN Railroad, Harbor Lights Road over US 41/US 141, Norfield Road over US 41/US 141. Project also includes culvert repairs/replacements, median cable guard installation, beam guard replacement and new signing and pavement markings.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor will install temporary concrete barrier and pavement markings to transition to the next stage of the project. The contractor will then begin the rehabilitation of the bridge decks along the inside portions of the northbound US 41/US 141 structure over County B and the northbound US 41/US 141 structure over the CN Railroad. The contractor will also continue to install piles for the east abutment of the Harbor Lights Road structure over US 41/US 141 and install the decking for the structure.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will continue the rehabilitation of the bridge decks along the inside portions of the northbound US 41/US 141 structure over County B and the northbound US 41/US 141 structure over the CN Railroad. The contractor will also form, reinforce, and place concrete for the east abutment of the Harbor Lights Road structure over US 41/US 141.
Traffic impacts:
  • Motorists will encounter a southbound US 41/US 141 long-term, left lane closure from Norfield Road to County B until May 23, 2018 and off-peak lane closures along southbound and northbound US 41/US 141.
  • Southbound US 41/US 141 at County B will be closed nightly from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following morning on Monday night, May 21 and Tuesday night, May 22.
  • The northbound US 41/US 141 and County B on and off-ramps will be closed from 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22 until 1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 23.
  • US 41/US 141 traffic will use a 3:1 highway lane configuration to maintain two lanes of US 41/141 travel in both directions beginning May 23. One lane will be open in the northbound direction, and three lanes will be open in the southbound direction, with one lane of northbound traffic crossing over and using one of the three southbound lanes.
  • Harbor Lights Road is closed between West Deerfield Lane and East Deerfield Lane until November 2018.
Detour:
  • Motorists will use the off and on-ramps at County B to exit and re-enter southbound US 41/US 141 during the nightly closures Monday night, May 21 and Tuesday night, May 22.
 
I-41 resurfacing, ramp and bridge structure work
Location/limits: I-41, County J in Outagamie County to Orange Lane in Brown County
Length: 10.35 miles
Schedule: Feb. 20, 2017 to June 22, 2018
Description of work: (Note: Most of the work finished in 2017. Cable guard and high friction overlay remain in 2018) Work will include milling off and resurfacing existing pavement, concrete pavement patch repairs, cable guard installation, polymer high-friction surface treatment application on bridge decks, beam guard replacements, grading, concrete pavement, storm sewer, culvert pipe replacements and lining, intelligent transportation systems (ITS) installation, signing and pavement marking. Other improvements include deck repair to the Apple Creek bridges due to deterioration, expansion of capacity at the County S Park and Ride, reconstruction of the Wrightstown Weigh Station ramps, and the addition of an auxiliary lane from the weigh station to County U northbound I-41 off-ramp.
May 29 to June 1: Finishing work begins May 29 with installation of cable barrier. Work will primarily be limited to the southern end of the project ranging from County J to County U. High friction polymer overlay will be placed on the southbound County U structure and both northbound and southbound Apple Creek bridges.
Traffic impacts: I-41 nighttime lane closures will take place from 6:15 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Wednesday and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Thursday through Friday.  A minimum of one lane in each direction will remain open at all times.
Weekend lane closures for polymer overlays are scheduled for the following times period.
  • Northbound I-41: 7 p.m. Friday, June 1 to 6 a.m., Monday June 4.
  • Southbound I-41: 6 p.m. Friday, June 1 to 11 a.m., Sunday June.
 
WIS 29 Resurfacing
Location/limits: WIS 29 from Main Street (US 141) intersection to the Brown/Kewaunee County line
Schedule: August 2017 to November 2017 (culvert replacement complete); May 2018 to July 2018 (resurfacing)
Length of project: 7.8 miles
Cost: $3.247 million
Description of work: The project in 2018 includes resurfacing 7.8 miles of WIS 29 from just east of the Main Street (US 141) intersection in Bellevue to the east Brown County line. The project will use cold-in-place recycling prior to the new pavement surface being placed. 2018 work also includes minor curb and gutter repair and new pavement markings and signs. Fifteen culverts were replaced in 2017 as part of this project.
May 21 to May 25: Placed permanent signage along roadway.
May 29 to June 1: Will begin resurfacing of roadway with Cold-In-Place recycling operations.
Traffic impacts: Shoulder closures on WIS 29.
 
BROWN AND SHAWANO COUNTY
 
WIS 29 and WIS 156 improvements
Location/limits: WIS 156 (Shawano Co.) from WIS 55 to WIS 29, Old 29 Drive from WIS 156 to County Y (Brown Co.), and WIS 29 at WIS 156 and St. Augustine Rd (Town of Pittsfield)
Schedule: July 2017 to September 2018
Length of project: 6.3 miles
Cost: $5.2 million
Description of work: The project includes construction of a new overpass at WIS 29/St. Augustine Road (ongoing), relocation of WIS 156 onto Old 29 Drive to the WIS 29/32 interchange (complete), resurfacing of WIS 156 and Old 29 Drive (ongoing), reconstructing the intersection of County Y and Old 29 Drive and add turn lanes (complete), construction of three new box culverts, culvert pipes, guardrail, new signing and pavement marking (ongoing).
May 21 to May 25: The contractor finished forming and pouring the parapet walls of the overpass bridge. The contractor worked on cleanup and finishing on the overpass bridge.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will continue cleanup and finish work on the overpass bridge.
Traffic impacts: The WIS 29/156 intersection is permanently closed. WIS 156 now travels along its new alignment via Old 29 Drive and County Y, ending at the WIS 29/32 interchange.
  • WIS 29 will have periodic lane closures (highway will remain open).
  • St. Augustine Road south of Cottonwood Drive is CLOSED for the duration of the project. There will be no access to/from St. Augustine Road and WIS 29. Local traffic can use Cottonwood Drive to WIS 32 to access WIS 29 in either direction.
Detour: None
 
DOOR COUNTY
 
WIS 57 Resurfacing
Location/limits: Baileys Harbor to Sister Bay (County Q intersection to Canterbury Lane)
Schedule: May 2, 2018 to June 2018
Length of project: 7.95 miles
Cost: $3.742 million
Description of work: Work this spring includes paving operations, shouldering, pavement marking, and sign replacement from the south County Q intersection to Canterbury lane. The WIS 57 improvement project began in September of 2017 with the replacement of culvert pipes in the project limits and replacement of an existing box culvert between Ahrens (Cedar) Road and Meadow Road with a bridge structure over an unnamed tributary to Mud Lake.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor continued paving the second layer of asphalt on WIS 57 starting at south County Q north to Canterbury Lane. The contractor also finished sign replacements on the project.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will continue paving the second layer of asphalt on WIS 57 working up to Canterbury Lane.
Traffic impacts: WIS 57 will remain open during all 2018 work. Motorists will encounter flagging operations that may cause minor delays.
 
MANITOWOC COUNTY
US 10/WIS 310 Resurfacing and Village of Whitelaw Reconstruction
Location/Limits: US 10/WIS 310 from Pleasant View Road near Reedsville to County R in Manitowoc.
Schedule: May through September
Length of project: 11.61 miles
Cost: $5,848,500
Description of work: The project consists of a partial reconstruction of US 10 (Menasha Avenue) in the village of Whitelaw. Improvements will include new storm sewer from Pine Street to Cherry Street, new pedestrian curb ramps along US 10 in Whitelaw, new concrete base, and an asphalt overlay through Whitelaw. US 10 resurfacing and culvert repair/replacement will take place outside of Whitelaw in the project limits. Other work includes new signing, pavement marking, beamguard, center line and edgeline rumble strips, and gravel shoulders.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor started work this week by sawing and breaking the existing concrete pavement between Cherry Street and Pine Street in the village of Whitelaw. They started concrete removals and began storm sewer installation. The concrete sawing crew also continued sawing the concrete base patch locations primarily in the westbound lanes throughout Whitelaw. No work was done outside of Whitelaw this week.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will continue working on storm sewer installation in Whitelaw and may start US 10 cross-culvert installations outside of Whitelaw between I-43 and Reedsville.
Traffic impacts: US 10 is CLOSED and detoured in the village of Whitelaw. All work outside the village of Whitelaw will be accomplished with single lane closures and the use of flaggers to allow traffic through. Motorists should expect minor delays.
Detour: I-43 to WIS 151 to County W and vice versa.
 
MARINETTE COUNTY
 
US 8 Resurfacing (finishing work)
Location/limits: US 8 from the west county line to just east of Dunbar
Schedule: August 9, 2017 to June 1, 2018
Length of project: 14.26 miles
Cost: $5.322 million
Description of work: Construction was complete in 2017 and only finishing work and clean up remains in 2018. Work consists of the milling and resurfacing of US 8 between the west county line and just east of Dunbar. The work also involves storm sewer, curb and gutter, and sidewalk replacement along US 8 through the town of Goodman. Work will also include slope flattening along various rural areas, culverts, guardrail, signing, erosion control, restoration, and pavement markings.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor continued with punchlist items and work on emulsification of the aggregate within beamguard areas.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will continue with punchlist items and work on emulsification of the aggregate within beamguard areas.
Traffic Impacts: US 8 is open to traffic. Occasional flagging operations will take place on US 8.
 
OUTAGAMIE COUNTY
 
WIS 55 (Delanglade Street) Kaukauna Reconstruction
Location/Limits: WIS 55/Delanglade Street in city of Kaukauna from I-41 to Lawe Street
Schedule: March 2018 to late October 2018
Length of project: 1.16 miles
Cost: $9,595,836
Description of work: The project consists of a full reconstruction of WIS 55 (Delanglade Street) from I-41 to Lawe Street in the city of Kaukauna. Improvements will include roundabouts at the intersections of I-41 ramps, Maloney/Gertrude, and County OO. New traffic signals will be installed at County J/WIS 55/WIS 96, and bike/pedestrian accommodations will be added throughout the project limits along WIS 55. Other work includes storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water main, sidewalks, retaining walls, street lighting, and incidentals.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor will be installing storm sewer on WIS 55 between Badger Road and Maloney Road. The contractor will be paving on County OO, and on WIS 55 from Lawe Street to County OO. The contractor will begin placing sidewalk on County OO.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will be installing storm sewer on WIS 55 between Badger Road and Maloney Road. The contractor will be concrete paving on WIS 55 from Lawe Street to WIS OO. The contractor will begin placing sidewalk on County OO and on WIS 55 from Lawe Street to County OO. Lighting will begin on County OO.
Traffic impacts: WIS 55 traffic will be CLOSED and detoured in three main stages. Construction will be staged in manner to provide business and residential access throughout construction. Please see the project website for future stages and detour routes.
Current, Stage 1: March 19 to end of May 2018
  • WIS 55 will be closed to through traffic from Gertrude/Maloney Road to Lawe Street and detoured.
Detour: Stage 1 detour: WIS 55 will be detoured via County J and County JJ.
 
WIS 441 Fox River Bridge Painting
Location/limits: WIS 441 bridge that crosses the Fox River, Canadian National Railroad and WIS 96 (E College Ave. to E Northland Ave); city of Appleton
Length of project: WIS 441 (0.31 miles), WIS 96 (0.05 miles)
Schedule: April 9, 2018 to November 2018
Cost: $2,194,639.67
Description of work: Work on the bridge consists of removing the existing paint coating from the structural steel girders beneath the deck and applying a new three-coat paint system.
May 20 to May 26; Bridge painting work span 7 through span 10 under WIS 441 bridge, over WIS 96 and south of CN railroad crossing.

May 29 to June 2: Continue bridge painting on span 10 through span 7.
Traffic impacts: WIS 441 will remain open with temporary single-lane closures on northbound WIS 441. WIS 441 will be reduced to 55 mph in the project area. Lane width restrictions will be in place at various locations on WIS 441 and WIS 96.
Detour: None
 
WINNEBAGO COUNTY
 
WIS 116/East River Drive Omro Reconstruction
Location/limits: WIS 116 in city of Omro (West of Spruce Street to north city limits)
Length of project: 1.05 miles
Schedule: March 12, 2018 to October 2018
Cost: $3.427 Million
Description of work: The project includes both an urban reconstruction and resurfacing of WIS 116 in Omro.
  • 0.57-mile urban reconstruction of WIS 116 (Spruce Street to Pine Street): Work includes new storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water main, sidewalks, traffic signals, street lighting, and incidentals.
  • 0.48-mile mill/resurface of WIS 116 (Pine Street to North City Limits): The existing gravel shoulders will be fully paved. The intersection of WIS 116/Fox Trail/Hawthorne Drive will be reconstructed to improve safety/sight distance.
May 21 to May 25: Crews continued installing water main near Webster Ave. working east. Sanitary sewer tie-ins and watermain tie-ins conducted on side streets.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will continue watermain installation on the west end of the project. The medians in the WIS 21/WIS 116 intersection will be removed, and temporary asphalt will be placed in anticipation of stage 2 work west of the Spruce St. intersection.
Traffic impacts: WIS 116 between Spruce Street and the north city limits will be CLOSED and detoured during construction. Access to businesses and properties will be maintained. Driveway access may be restricted for a short period to allow the contractor to reconstruct the driveway and provide proper cure time for concrete. The contractor will provide a minimum of 48-hour notice prior to restricting driveway access. WIS 21 will be closed and detoured for a 30-day period (outside of school year) at the WIS 116/WIS 21/Spruce Street intersection. See project website for latest closures and traffic impacts.
Detour: WIS 116 detour: WIS 21 to I-41 to US 45. WIS 21 detour route: WIS 116 to County E to County K.
 
WIS 116 - Main Street, Village of Winneconne
Location/Limits: West Village Limits to East Village Limits
Length of project: 1.3 miles
Schedule: April 2, 2018 to October 31, 201
Cost: $5,923,788.94
Description of work: This project includes the total reconstruction of WIS 116 (Main Street) and consists of grading, base, asphaltic pavement, concrete curb & gutter, pavement marking, permanent signing, lighting, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water main, and all incidentals necessary to complete the work.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor is installing sanitary sewer, watermain and storm sewer between 7th Street and 6th Street and between 3rdAvenue and 7th Avenue. The contractor also is installing sidewalk and driveway aprons from 5th Street to 1st Street.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor anticipates installing sanitary sewer, water main and storm sewer between 9th Street and 6th Street and 6thAvenue and 13th Avenue. The contractor also anticipates continuing to install sidewalk and driveway aprons from 5th Street to 1st Street.
Traffic impacts: WIS 116 is closed and detoured to thru traffic. Access to properties in the work zone will be maintained.
Detour: A posted, state-highway detour follows US 45 to US 41 to WIS 21. Local access will be maintained along WIS 116 from the west end of the village to 13th Avenue using a signed detour on the local street system. Trucks may use this local detour.
 
WIS 116, Wolf River Bridge and Approaches
Location/Limits: WIS 116 bridge and approaches, Village of Winneconne 2nd Street to 2nd Avenue
Length of Project: 0.322 miles
Schedule: September 2017 to September 2019
Cost: $11.4 Million
Description of work: Replace the existing lift bridge with a new high-level fixed bridge located immediately south of the existing bridge. Reconstruct roadway approaches between 2nd Street and 2nd Avenue and construct retaining walls on both sides to minimize the impacts to adjacent properties. Construct two new fishing platforms in the location of existing bridge that extend out roughly 220 feet from each river bank.
May 21 to May 25: The structural contractor poured some of the sidewalk on the bridge deck. The asphalt contractor paved near 1st Street.
May 29 to June 1: The structural contractor will continue pouring sidewalk on the bridge deck.
Traffic impacts: WIS 116 bridge open to two-way traffic but may be restricted to one-lane during non-peak daytime hours using flagging operations. WIS 116 restored to full two-way operation during non-working hours. South 1st Avenue closed permanently. WIS 116 closed to the west of 1st Street for Stage 2 work.
Detour: A local detour route on local roads is posted. Trucks may use this local road detour. See project websites for map of local detour routes.
 
WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project: Roland Kampo Bridge redecking and I-41/US 10/WIS 441 interchange structures
Location: Village of Fox Crossing
Length of project: 0.979 miles
Schedule: August 2016 to July 2018
Cost: $54 million
Description of work: This work is part of the WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project. The work under this contract consists of common excavation, borrow excavation, construction of interchange structures, redecking of bridge, median piers, concrete pavement, HMA pavement, storm sewer and erosion control, and all incidental items necessary to complete the work as shown on the plans.
May 21 to May 25: Painters will continue sandblasting and painting the existing structural steel on the B-70-061 structure in spans 8 and 9. Touch up and final painting on the steel girders of the B-70-061 structure will continue. Parapet work will continue. Trimming and placement of concrete paving will continue at various locations throughout the project. Placement of seed, fertilizer, and mulch should occur in areas that are prepared and ready. Rubbing of parapets and general cleanup of the project will continue. The staining contractor will be placing stain on structures throughout the project.
May 29 to June 1: Painters will continue sandblasting and painting the existing structural steel on the B-70-061 structure. Touch up and final painting on the steel girders of the B-70-061 structure should continue. Parapet work will conclude. Trimming and placement of concrete paving will continue at various locations throughout the project. Placement of seed, fertilizer, and mulch should occur in areas that are prepared and ready. Rubbing of parapets and general cleanup of the project will continue. Barrier wall work will occur. The staining contractor will be placing stain on structures throughout the project.
Traffic Impacts: The west US 10/WIS 441 to north I-41 ramp is closed for the majority of the project. There will be various lane, ramp, and mainline closures at different times, throughout the duration of the project to mobilize equipment, build substructures, demo bridges, set girders and strip formwork. Prior notification of those closures will be on website, PCMS boards, news releases and social media, along with guidance to preferred routes.
 
WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project: I-41 Interchange Ramps
Location: I-41 US 10/ WIS 441 Interchange
Schedule: March 2017 to September 2018
Length of project: 0.865 miles
Cost: $14.7 million
Description of work: This work is part of the WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project. The work under this contract shall consist of excavation common, breaker run, base aggregate dense, concrete pavement, HMA pavement, storm sewer, erosion control items, pavement marking, structure polymer overlays, Structures B-70-407, B-70-409, S-70-257, N-70-100, N-70-101, N-70-110 and all incidental items necessary to complete the work as shown on the plans and included in the proposal and contract.

May 21 to May 25: Grading crews are scheduled to prep shoulder on I-41 southbound. Asphalt paving is scheduled for southbound I-41. Gravel shoulder to be placed along asphalt paving. Electrical contractor is scheduled to install light bases and conduit throughout the project. Concrete crews will prep and pour the approach slabs on the north to west and east to north bridges. Concrete barrier wall is scheduled to be installed on northbound I-41. Slope paving to be placed under the south abutment of the north to west bridge. Bridge staining will continue.
May 29 to June 1: Crews will be installing temporary pavement marking for I-41 southbound traffic switch. I-41 northbound crews will be paving the asphalt shoulder, placing the gravel shoulder and installing beam guard in preparation for the traffic switch. Crews will continue on the east to north and north to west ramps paving shoulder and concrete barrier wall. Traffic switch on I-41 southbound is scheduled for Thursday night and I-41 northbound switch is scheduled for Friday night. Northbound and Southbound traffic will be placed in 2 lanes on the outside in each direction.
Traffic Impacts: I-41 northbound and southbound long-term lane reduction in place. West to south ramp is scheduled to be closed Tuesday, May 29 and Wednesday, May 30 for staining of the east to north bridge. Please refer to the project website for specific dates and times for closures.
 
WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project: US 10/WIS 441 Midway Interchange Mainline
Location: US 10/WIS 441 at the Midway Road Interchange
Schedule: July 2017 to November 2018
Length of project: 1.237 miles
Cost: $14.2 million
Description: This work is part of the WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project. The project consists of reconstructing US 10/WIS 441 at the Midway Road Interchange. Contract work includes common excavation, roadway embankment, prefabricated vertical and horizontal drains, base aggregate, concrete pavement, asphalt pavement, storm sewer, bridge demolition, bridge construction, retaining walls, sign structures, signing, pavement marking, and lighting.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor continued building retaining walls. The contractor began placement of concrete pavement. The contractor installed bases for sign structures.
May 29 to June 1: Placement of concrete pavement will continue. The contractor will continue to work on retaining walls. Construction of parapets on the bridge and retaining walls is scheduled to begin late in the week.
Traffic impacts:
  • The US 10 eastbound entrance ramp from County AP/Midway Road will remain closed long term.
  • The US 10 eastbound exit ramp to County AP/Midway Road will remain closed long term.
  • The US 10 westbound exit ramp to County AP/Midway Road will remain closed long term.
Detours: See project website for detour routes.
 
WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project: US 10/WIS 441 bridges
Location: US 10/WIS 441, Oneida Street (Valley Road & Midway Road)
Schedule: September 2017 to June 2018
Length of project: 0.37 miles
Cost: $3.7 million
Description: This work is part of the WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project. The project consists of removals, common excavation, concrete pavement, concrete curb and gutter, storm sewer, erosion control, pavement marking, street lighting, traffic signals and all incidental items necessary to complete the work as shown on the plans and included in the proposal and contract.
May 21 to May 25: The contractor finished removing existing pavement and installed the storm sewer at Roeland Avenue and Oneida Street.
May 29 to June 1: The contractor will continue to excavate northbound Oneida Street and Roeland Avenue for placement of breaker run and base aggregates.
Traffic impacts: Roeland Avenue is closed long-term from S. Wheatfield Drive to Oneida Street. Valley Road is open from S. Kerry Lane to Oneida Street. Northbound and southbound Oneida Street will remain open to single lanes of traffic.
City of Appleton project website: The city of Appleton has ongoing, local projects on Oneida Street. Please refer to the Appleton website for the city’s Oneida St. construction information. https://www.appleton.org/government/public-works/admin-engineering/project-information/oneida-steet-construction
 
WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project: US10/WIS 441 Mainline/Oneida Street Interchange
Location: City of Appleton/Village of Fox Crossing/City of Menasha
Length of project: 3.2 miles
Schedule: April 2018 to November 2019
Cost: $41.1 million
Description of work: This work is part of the WIS 441 Tri-County Expansion Project. The work under this contract consists the reconstruction of US 10/WIS 441 from Appleton Road to one mile west of Telulah Avenue increasing it from two lanes in each direction to three lanes. The project will also reconstruct the Oneida Street (US 10) interchange replacing. Oneida Street will be constructed into a diverging diamond interchange.
May 21 to May 25: Crews will continue grading and placing base course and fine grading for the temporary widening of eastbound/northbound US 10/WIS 441 installing drainage facilities, asphalt patching and paving, sawing and installing temporary erosion control devices. Temporary barrier wall will be installed with pavement markings on the eastbound/northbound US 10/WIS 441 widening.
May 29 to June 1: Crews will continue grading and placing base course and fine grading for the temporary widening of eastbound/northbound US 10/WIS 441 asphalt patching and paving, sawing and installing temporary erosion control devices. Temporary barrier wall will be installed with pavement markings on the eastbound/northbound US 10/WIS 441 widening.
Traffic Impacts: There will be various lane, ramp, and mainline closures at different times, throughout the duration of the project. Prior notification of those closures will be on project website, message boards, news releases and social media, along with guidance to preferred routes.
  • May 21, 2018 to May 25, 2018: US 10/WIS 441 will be reduced to one lane in each direction between Midway Road and Telulah Road overpass between 8 p.m. and 7 a.m., Monday through Friday.
  • May 29, 2018 to June 5, 2018: Oneida St. eastbound on-ramp short-term closure.
  • May 26, 2018 to June 1, 2018: US 10/WIS 441 will be reduced to one lane in each direction between Midway Road and Telulah Road overpass between 8 p.m. and 7 a.m., Monday through Friday.

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