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The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) continues to reconstruct the I-94 North-South corridor in southeast Wisconsin. The project runs from the Illinois state line to the Mitchell Interchange, and includes the WIS 119 Airport Spur to General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee.
This project is improving safety while reducing congestion and modernizing the important 35-mile transportation artery, including:
- constructing an additional lane in each direction, for a total of eight lanes
- replacing deteriorating pavement and structures with new designs
- moving ramp exits to the right side of the freeway
- providing aesthetic treatments for those who live adjacent to the freeway
The project will be constructed in three segments:
- North Segment Overview (County G in Racine County north to College Avenue in
- Central Segment Overview (WIS 20 north to County G, Racine County)
- South Segment Overview (WIS 142 north to WIS 20, Kenosha and Racine counties)
WisDOT is working to minimize closures for interchanges and portions of the freeway, and to minimize impacts to neighborhoods and the environment. We want you to be involved during this process so we can best respond to the needs of the region.
Plan Ahead, Drive Safely, Move Forward.