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Northeast Region weekly highway construction update

Construction taking place September 19 to September 30

Welcome to construction information for every state highway construction project currently underway in northeast Wisconsin! This website is published by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region. Here you can find details on any active state highway construction project in our region. In case you’re unsure if your county is in WisDOT Northeast Region, here is a list: Brown, Calumet, Door, Fond du Lac, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Marinette, Oconto, Outagamie, Sheboygan, and Winnebago.

Larger construction projects have individual websites. You can see the list at http://projects.511wi.gov/region/northeast/.

For projects not yet underway in the 2022 construction year, please see our 2022 Annual Construction Advisory at https://projects.511wi.gov/weeklyupdates-ne/2022-annual-construction-advisory/

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for Northeast Region highway news, traffic impacts and project updates at https://twitter.com/WisDOTnortheast.

If you have any questions, please give us a call or shoot us an email. We would be happy to respond.

Safe travels!

Mark Kantola and Missy Kok, Regional Communications Managers
Mark.Kantola@dot.wi.gov, (920) 492-4153; Melissa2.kok@dot.wi.gov, (920) 492-5743

 

BROWN COUNTY

 

WIS 29/County VV Interchange

Location/limits: WIS 29/County VV interchange, WIS 29/County U interchange, and various side roads in the villages of Hobart/Howard and the Oneida Nation Reservation.

Length: 1.3 miles

Schedule: May 3, 2021 to late fall 2022

Cost: $19.8 million

Description of work: Construction of a grade-separated interchange at the intersection of WIS 29/County VV, including the connection and/or realignment of local roadways. After the completion of the interchange at WIS 29/County VV, the intersection of WIS 29/County U will be closed.

September 19 to September 23: Excavation in the median at County VV and County U, associated grading, storm sewer, aggregate placement, paving, sawing, shouldering, signing and landscaping will be completed along WIS 29. Crews will work on the Old Hwy 29 realignment placing aggregates, topsoil and final restoration this area.
September 26 to September 30: Excavation in the median at County VV and County U removals, storm sewer, associated aggregate placement, paving and landscaping along WIS 29. Crews will work on finishing at Old Hwy 29 realignment with restoration, signing and marking this area. Roundabout plantings will be installed at the ramp terminals and at County TS/VV.

Traffic impacts: WIS 29 lane closures can be expected during off-peak hours intermittently during the project.

  • The WIS 29/County VV RCUT is closed permanently.
  • Local roadways will be closed and/or detoured during various times throughout construction.
  • County VV closure at North Overland Road to County U is complete and the new traffic patterns are permanent.
  • Closing Old 29 at County U to the west long-term closure
  • County U access to the south is CLOSED, including the median turn lane to the south and median turn lane to the north long term. Access at WIS 29/County U to the north is now right in/ right out.
  • All WIS 29 ramps open at County VV

Project websitehttps://projects.511wi.gov/29vv/

 

WIS 96 Resurfacing

Location/limits: WIS 96 in Brown County from WIS 32 in the town Wrightstown to I-43 in the town of New Denmark

Length: 14.7 Miles

Cost: $12.8 million

Schedule: August 2022 to summer 2023. There will be a pause in construction until paving operations can begin in early Summer 2023.

Description of work: The existing asphalt roadway will be recycled in place with a new asphalt driving surface placed after recycling the existing pavement. In addition to the asphaltic overlay, drainage improvements will be performed along the length of the project. This will include replacement of the box culvert between County X and Ronk Road with a new single span bridge structure in addition to several culvert pipe replacements. Rumble strips and pavement markings will also be installed.

September 19 to September 23: Contractor poured west abutment and installed riprap in front of abutment. Culvert pipe replacements continued between Greenleaf and Lark and between Shirley and I-43. Contractor to continue to patch culvert pipe trenches with asphalt and complete landscape restoration around the culvert pipes.

September 26 to September 30: Contractor plans to excavate, drive piles, tie rebar, set forms, and pour the west abutment. Contractor to install multiple, deep 60-inch culvert pipes just north of Cooperstown Road. This section of WIS 96 will be closed for a couple of days while the culverts are being installed. Contractor to continue to install culvert pipes and transitions between Shirley and I-43. Contractor to continue to patch culvert pipe trenches with asphalt and complete landscape restoration around the culvert pipes at the end of week.

Traffic impacts

  • WIS 96 is closed just east of County X for the bridge replacement through November 1, 2022. Motorists will not be able to cross at the bridge.
  • Current: Segment 2 Closure (August 29, 2022 to November 1, 2022) Three-month closure from Lark to Shirley and from Shirley to I-43 for 84 calendar days
  • WIS 96 is CLOSED to through traffic just east of County X starting September 6 for bridge removal.
  • WIS 96 will be closed to through traffic just north of Cooperstown Road September 26 through September 29 for installation of 60-inch pipe.
  • WIS 96 will be open to traffic utilizing flagging operations during the 2023 construction season
  • Please see the project website for maps and displays of closure limits and detour routes.

Detour: Detour: County G, County Z, I-43

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/wis96wrightden

 

BROWN AND OCONTO COUNTY

 

US 41 Resurfacing

Location/limits: US 41 from Norfield Road to US 141 within the town of Little Suamico, town of Abrams, and the village of Suamico.

Length: 9.1 miles

Schedule: August 22, 2022 to July 2023

Description of work: Resurfacing of US 41 in Oconto and Brown counties will include culvert pipe replacements, overhead sign structure, base patching, guardrail upgrades, and pavement marking.

September 19 to September 23: Contractor will continue asphalt milling and asphalt paving for the northbound lanes of US 41. This work will start north of the Brown Road interchange and extend to the Oak Orchard Road overpass of US 41.

September 26 to September 30: Contractor will start placement of the upper layer of asphalt pavement for the northbound lanes of US 41. This work will start at the Norfield Road overpass of US 41.

Traffic impacts: US 41 will remain open during construction with lane and shoulder closures allowed during certain dates/times. All interchange ramps to US 41 are anticipated to remain operational throughout construction with possible short-term closures. Permitted lane closure times on US 41:

  • Lane closures are prohibited Monday through Thursday between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. on both the northbound and southbound lanes.
  • On Fridays, lane closures are prohibited from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on both the northbound and southbound lanes.
  • On Saturdays, lane closures are prohibited from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both the northbound and southbound lanes.
  • On Sundays, lane closures are prohibited from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on both the northbound and southbound lanes.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/22oconto/

 

BROWN AND MANITOWOC COUNTY

 

I-43 Resurfacing, Ramp and Bridge Work

Location/limits: I-43 from WIS 310 in Manitowoc County to WIS 96 in Brown County, including all interchanges in the project work zone, and the bridge deck on WIS 96 over I-43 in the village of Denmark

Length: 15.5 miles

Cost: $24 million

Schedule: March 7, 2022 to November 2022

Description of work: Construction includes a bridge deck overlay on WIS 96 over I-43, bridge repair on Rockwood road over I-43, concrete repairs of existing I-43, milling of existing asphalt and paving in new asphalt, removal and replacement of existing wire woven fence, planting of living snow fence and pavement marking.

September 19 to September 23: Shoulder rumble strip operation continued along the outside lanes of I-43 northbound and southbound from WIS 310 to Devils River. The placement of aggregate shoulder and the removal and placement of beam guard continued along the outside shoulders of I- 43 from WIS 147 to WIS 310. Work on the Type I sign structures continued at various locations along the outside shoulders of northbound and southbound lanes within the project limits. Pavement markings finished at various locations along I- 43 and associated interchange ramps between WIS 147 to WIS 310.

September 26 to September 30: Pavement marking operations continue at various locations along I- 43 and associated interchange ramps.

Traffic impacts: I-43 mainline single lane closures in northbound and southbound directions will take place at various locations in the project limits.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/i43mantygb/

 

CALUMET COUNTY

 

WIS 114/55 Resurfacing

Location/limits: US 10 to the south junction of WIS 114/55 in the villages of Harrison and Sherwood

Length: 5.1 miles

Schedule: June 13, 2022 to October 2022

Cost: $4 million

Description of work: The project involves asphaltic surface milling, rubbilizing, grading, base aggregate placement, asphaltic paving, concrete curb and gutter, concrete sidewalk, pavement marking. Geometric roadway improvements at the State Park Road, Pigeon Road, and Castle Drive intersections with WIS 114.

September 19 to September 23: The contractor closed WIS 114/WIS 55 through Sherwood. Subgrade repairs in Sherwood and concrete replacement work at County M and WIS 114 began. The contractor also reopened WIS 114 from US 10 to Stumpf Avenue.

September 26 to September 30: The contractor will mill and repave the existing pavement on WIS 114/WIS 55 through Sherwood from Castle Drive to the south junction of WIS 114/55. Concrete work at County M and WIS 114 will continue.

Traffic impacts: WIS 114/55 will remain open during construction with the following traffic impacts. Please see the project website for the latest anticipated closure dates.

  • (Current) Flagging operations on WIS 114/55 allowed between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
  • (Current) WIS 114 and WIS 55 closed through Sherwood until early October 2022.

Detour:

  • WIS 114 closure uses WIS 55, US 10 and WIS 32/57.
  • WIS 55 closure uses US 10, WIS 32/57 and WIS 114.
  • For detour maps, future staging and traffic impacts, please see the project website.

Project websitehttps://projects.511wi.gov/wis114-55/

 

DOOR COUNTY

 

WIS 42 Resurfacing

Location/limits: South junction of WIS 57 to Bayview Bridge in the town of Nasewaupee and city of Sturgeon Bay

Length: 7.2 miles

Schedule: March 30, 2022 to October 2022

Cost: $7.5 million

Description of work: The project involves asphaltic surface milling, asphaltic paving, excavation, base aggregate placement, concrete pavement, diamond grinding concrete pavement, spot storm sewer improvements, guardrail, pavement marking, and various incidental items. Construction also includes locally funded improvements to intersections at Ashland and Neenah Avenue, County U/Circle Ridge Road and the Green Bay northbound ramp.

September 19 to September 23: The contractor worked on milling and paving asphalt shoulders in the outside lanes as well as intersections from Columbia Avenue to the south limits. Culvert pipes were cleaned south of County O intersection.

September 26 to September 30: Diamond grinding will continue in both the northbound and southbound lanes. The contractor will work on milling and asphalt paving the County MM intersection. Pavement marking will be placed from the southern limits to Columbia Avenue.

Traffic impacts: Weekly single lane closures will be in place from WIS 57 south junction to Columbia Avenue in both the northbound and southbound lanes.

  • Single lane closures will be in place both northbound and southbound between Neenah Avenue and County U the week of October 3.

Project websitehttps://projects.511wi.gov/wis42sturgeon/

 

FOND DU LAC COUNTY

 

I-41 Resurfacing 

Location/limits: Northbound and southbound I-41 from the Fond du Lac south county line in the town of Byron to US 151 in city of Fond du Lac. Work also includes the County B interchange.

Length: 6.75 miles

Cost: $8.5 million

Schedule: August 2022 to November 2022

Description of work: Construction includes asphalt milling, asphalt paving, cable guard replacement, beam guard replacement, shouldering, and pavement marking.

September 19 to September 23: The contractor will continue asphalt milling and paving operations, cable guard removals, new cable guard installation, and median grading operations.

September 26 to September 30: The contractor will continue asphalt milling and paving operations, new cable guard installation, and median grading operations.

Traffic impacts: I-41 mainline single lane closures in northbound and southbound directions will take place at various locations in the project limits. I-41 will remain open during construction with both daytime and nighttime lane closures. Motorists may encounter delays during lane closure. Allowed lane closure days/times below:

  • Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, lane closures are prohibited Monday through Friday on the northbound lanes between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. and on the southbound lanes between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.
  • Before Memorial Day and after Labor Day, lane closures are prohibited Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. in the northbound lanes and from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on both the northbound and southbound lanes.
  • On Saturdays, lane closures are prohibited from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the northbound lanes and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the southbound lanes.
  • On Sundays, lane closures are prohibited from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the northbound lanes and from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the southbound lanes.

Project website: In-week updates available at https://projects.511wi.gov/weeklyupdates-ne/

 

US 151, Drainage Way Culvert Replacement

Location/limits: US 151 between County W and County Q within the town of Malone

Length: Specific culvert locations in work zone

Cost: $693,000

Schedule: July 26, 2022 to mid-September 2022

Description of work: This work will consist of culvert replacements on US 151 between County Q and County W and all incidental items necessary to complete the work.

September 19 to September 24: Crews worked on culvert installations south of Highland Park Road. Work includes excavation, removing existing culverts, installing new culvert pipes, backfilling, and placing base aggregate. Crews also conducted asphalt paving, pavement marking and shouldering.

September 26 to September 30: Crews are scheduled to continue completing roadway work, landscaping, and finishing roadway items.

Traffic impacts: US 151 CLOSED and expected to open the week of September 26.

Detour: A detour route will start at the intersection of US 151 and County Q, continue along County Q onto County W, and then tie back into US 151 at the intersection of US 151 and County W.

Project Website: https://projects.511wi.gov/us151drain/

 

WIS 23 Expansion – Urban Section

Location/limits: WIS 23 and various intersecting local roads between US 151 and Seven Hills Road

Length: 5.59 miles

Cost: $35 million

Schedule: April 19, 2021 to December 2022

Description of work: This work is part of the WIS 23 4-lane, on-alignment expansion project scheduled for 2019-2022 in Sheboygan and Fond du Lac counties. This west section of the overall project includes the complete construction of additional lanes. Work involves grading, drainage culverts and inlets, aggregate base, concrete pavement, and other incidentals items of work. This project includes construction of a roundabout at WIS 23 and Wisconsin American Drive, a jug handle interchange with roundabouts at WIS 23 and County K including two WIS 23 bridges over County K. At WIS 23 and County UU, a diamond interchange with roundabouts including a bridge over WIS 23 will be constructed. Northbound and southbound ramp widening and new retaining wall at US 151 and WIS 23 interchange.

September 19 to September 23: The contractor worked on the following items:

  • Begin curb and gutter on WIS 23 westbound from Wisconsin American Drive to County UU.
  • Continue paving the new asphalt on WIS 23 eastbound.
  • Begin lighting base construction on the County K interchange.
  • Begin placing colored concrete pavement and concrete sidewalk on the County K interchange.
  • Begin grading the new right turn lane for the USH 151 northbound off ramp to WIS 23.

September 26 to September 30: The contractor anticipates working on the following items:

  • Complete concrete pavement on WIS 23 westbound from Whispering Springs to County UU.
  • Continue paving the new asphalt on WIS 23 eastbound.
  • Continue placing curb and gutter on WIS 23 eastbound.
  • Continue placing colored concrete pavement and concrete sidewalk on the County K interchange.
  • Begin paving the new Whispering Springs access road.
  • Begin placing curb and gutter on the County UU interchange.
  • Begin grading the new right turn lane for the US 151 northbound off-ramp to WIS 23.
  • Begin storm sewer installation for the USH 151 northbound off-ramp to WIS 23.
  • Place electrical conduit for the US 151 northbound off-ramp to WIS 23.
  • Begin placing concrete pavement for the US 151 northbound off-ramp to WIS 23.

Traffic impacts: WIS 23 will generally remain open to one lane in each direction. Closures of note below. Please see project website for detailed traffic impacts and maps.

  • Lane closures for turning lane construction on the northbound US 151 off-ramp to WIS 23 may result in travel delays during peak traffic periods.
  • Eastbound WIS 23 lane closure from County Lane to the east may result in travel delays during peak traffic periods.
  • County K north at WIS 23 – Closed
  • County UU (South of WIS 23) – Closed
  • County UU (North of WIS 23) – Closed

The following turning restrictions will remain in place.

  • Northbound County K to westbound WIS 23
  • Southbound County K to WIS 23
  • Southbound Whispering Springs to eastbound WIS 23
  • Westbound WIS 23 to southbound County K
  • Eastbound WIS 23 to northbound Whispering Springs

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/wis23resurface/

 

MANITOWOC COUNTY

 

Silver Creek Bridge Replacement – WIS 42

Location/limits: WIS 42 bridge over Silver Creek just south of US 151 near Fricke Road in Manitowoc Rapids

Length: On bridge and approaches

Schedule: July 6, 2022 to September 2022

Cost: $1.03 million

Description of work: Demolition and replacement of existing bridge over Silver Creek. Work also includes structure grading, roadway aggregate and aggregate shoulders, asphaltic milling and pavement, beamguard, pavement marking.

September 19 to 23: The new bridge opened Tuesday, Sept. 20. Crews will finish beam guard, shouldering, and pavement markings.

September 26 to September 30: Project complete. Minor clean up may occur. No traffic impacts will occur.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/wis42silverbr/

 

OCONTO COUNTY

 

WIS 22 Resurfacing (Gillett)

Location/limits: WIS 22 resurfacing work zone from South County Line (near Zastrow Road) to Finnegan Lake Road in the town of Gillett.

Length: 3.5 miles

Schedule: September 6, 2022 to mid-October 2022 (25-day working contract)

Cost: $1.9 million

Description of work: Project consists of culvert pipe replacement and repairs, culvert pipe transition work, curb and gutter replacements, milling and overlaying the existing pavement with new asphaltic pavement, installing rumble strips, and applying new pavement marking.

September 19 to September 23: The contractor continued paving, completed the binder layer, and began the surface layer.

September 26 to September 30: The contractor will finish the asphalt paving and continue shouldering and permanent pavement markings.

Traffic impacts: WIS 22 will remain open to through traffic for the duration of construction through the use of a flagging operation.

 

WIS 32 Resurfacing (Mountain)

Location/limits: WIS 32 resurfacing work zone from Parkway Road (south) to County W in the town of Mountain.

Length: 4.3 miles

Schedule: July 18, 2022 to late-September 2022

Cost: $2.9 million

Description of work: Project consists of culvert pipe replacement and repairs, culvert linings, culvert pipe transition work, curb and gutter replacements, milling and overlaying the existing pavement with new asphaltic pavement, installing rumble strips, and applying new pavement marking.

September 19 to September 23: The contractor finished final restoration, signing, and installation of protective wood posts.

September 26 to September 30: The contractor will complete punchlist work this week, including some shouldering work, removal of the temporary erosion control devices and general site clean-up.

Traffic impacts: WIS 32 will remain open using flagging operations.

Project websitehttps://projects.511wi.gov/wis32suringmtn/

 

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY

 

WIS 15 Bypass Reconstruction/Expansion

Location/limits: WIS 15 from CN Railroad to County JJ in the towns of Hortonia and Ellington and the village of Hortonville

Length of project: 3.6 miles

Schedule: June 2021 through October 2022

Cost: $24.7 million (initial contract)

Description of work: This work is part of the WIS 15 4-lane, off-alignment expansion project scheduled for 2021-2024 in Outagamie County. This initial contract (one of five) will complete the bypass portion. Work involves grading, base, landfill waste removal, culvert pipe, storm sewer, asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, pavement marking, finishing, landscaping, bridge/drainage structures, retaining walls and incidental items. Construction of eastbound and westbound bridges over Wis. Central Railroad, Black Otter Creek, County M and Nash Street. Retaining walls along the east side of the Wis. Central railroad at the abutments and under and along the east and west abutments at County M and Nash Street. Grading of the new roadway alignment and placing of select crushed and base aggregate material to the roadway elevations for the future paving contract. Erosion control as needed. County M bridge piling began on the west side of the roadway.

September 19 to September 23: Crews worked on the west abutment construction to the railroad bridges. Girders for the west span of the railroad bridges set. Grading crews continue moving dirt from east of Nash Street to west of Black Otter Creek. Grading crews also opened a borrow site near the west end of the project to place east of the railroad structures. Restoration continued on ditches and slopes. Crews installed permanent chain-link highway fence along the right-of-way edges. Woven wire fence installed on the east project limits moving west. Crews continue installation driveway and median pipes from County M to Black Otter Creek.

September 26 to September 30: Crews plan to work on the west abutment construction to the railroad bridges. Girders for the west span of the railroad bridges are scheduled to be set. Grading crews plan to continue moving dirt from east of Nash Street. Grading crews working in borrow site near the west end of the project to place east of the railroad structures. Restoration will continue on ditches and slopes. Subbase and base gravels will be installed on the westbound mainline lanes of WIS 15 west of Black Otter Creek. Crews plan to install permanent chain-link highway fence along the right-of-way edges. Woven wire fence scheduled to be installed on the east project limits moving west.

Traffic Impacts: None

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/wis15expand/

 

WIS 15 East Segment Reconstruction and Expansion

Location/limits: WIS 15 from County JJ in the village of Hortonville to Lily of the Valley Dr. in the village of Greenville

Length: 3.6 miles

Cost: $20.8 million

Schedule: April 1, 2022 to November 2023

Description of work: This work is part of the WIS 15 4-lane expansion project scheduled for 2022-2023 in Outagamie County. This contract will complete the east segment. Work involves grading, base, culvert pipe, storm sewer, asphalt pavement, concrete pavement, concrete curb and gutter, pavement marking, finishing, landscaping, large drainage structures, and incidental items.

September 19 to September 23: Trimming of the gravel will continue, and concrete paving of the eastbound lanes will begin. Work on the box culvert west of County JJ will continue. Excavation of material from behind All World Ford will continue.

September 26 to September 30: Concrete paving continues. Work on the box culvert located west of County JJ continues. Excavation of material from behind all world Ford continues. Work to provide railroad access to the railroad tracks will be completed for upcoming replacement of the railroad crossing.

Traffic Impacts: WIS 15 will remain open on existing pavement using various shoulder closures and flagging operations for the majority of work. Significant impacts below:

  • WIS 15 LONG TERM CLOSURE: WIS 15 will be CLOSED at the railroad crossing on October 3 through early November 2022 to install the new railroad crossing.
  • Westbound median lane of WIS 15 is closed between Lily of the Valley and Hyacinth.
  • Julius Drive closed between Clover Lane and WIS 15 into early November.
  • On road trucking will continue, trucks will be entering and leaving the work zone from the current lanes of WIS 15. Drivers are asked to use caution when travelling through the project.
    • Please see the project website for the most up-to-date traffic impacts and construction staging.

Detour: Uses County JJ and WIS 76.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/wis15expand/

 

WIS 47 Resurfacing

Location/limits: WIS 47 from County JJ in town of Grand Chute to County B in town of Black Creek

Length: 10.1 miles

Schedule: July 11, 2022 to October 2022

Cost: $7.6 million

Description of work: Asphaltic surface milling, hot mix asphalt pavement, replacement of culvert pipes and the construction of a box structure.

September 19 to September 23: Crews continued to pave asphaltic surface on the mainline and placing pavement marking.

September 26 to September 30: Crews will finish paving asphaltic surface on the mainline and they will work on paving the intersections and lane widenings. They will also begin rumble strips and shouldering.

Traffic impacts

  • WIS 47 will remain open to traffic with single lane closures during daylight hours and flagging operations for resurfacing.
    • Lane closures will not be allowed during holiday timeframes.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/wis47resurf/

 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY

 

US 10 Pavement Patching

Location/limits: US 10 from West County Line to Cold Spring Road

Length: 16 miles

Schedule: June 13, 2022 to October 28, 2022

Cost: $7,143,857.71

Description of work: Concrete pavement patching of US 10 with concrete approach slab replacement, asphalt shoulder resurfacing, route and sealing, beam guard adjustments, pavement markings and rumble strips.

September 19 to September 23: Contractor will continue concrete patching operations along US 10 eastbound from the Winchester Interchange to Oakwood Avenue bridge. Milling/paving of inside shoulder along US 10 eastbound/westbound is expected to begin. Mill/pave of outside shoulder of WIS 76 on-ramp to US 10 westbound begins.

September 26 to September 30: Concrete patching operations begin on ramps at US 10 interchanges with US 45 and County CB and County II. Contractor will continue concrete patching operations along eastbound US 10 inside lane between the Winchester interchange to County M bridge, and also from Oakwood Avenue bridge to Irish Road bridge.

Contractor is scheduled to continue milling/paving of inside shoulder along USH 10 EB/westbound and various ramp segments. Milling/paving operations on the ramp segments will require full daily closures of each individual ramp segment. See below for more information.

Traffic impacts: US 10 lane closures at various locations in the work zone. All lanes open during Packer home games. The following ramp segments will be closed to accommodate construction operations.

  • Westbound US 10 ramp to southbound US 45 closed Monday, Sept. 26 through Friday, Sept. 30 for concrete patching.
    • Detour: WIS 76 to County II to US 45
  • Westbound US 10 off-ramp to County CB closed Tuesday, Sept. 27 from 6 a.m. to midnight for shoulder milling and paving.
    • Detour: WIS 76 to US 10 eastbound to County CB
  • Westbound US 10 on-ramp from County CB closed Tuesday, Sept. 27 from 6 a.m. to midnight for shoulder milling and paving.
    • Detour: County CB to County II to WIS 76 to US 10
  • Southbound US 45 off-ramp to westbound US 10 closed Wednesday, Sept. 28 from 6 a.m. to midnight for shoulder milling and paving. No signed detour.
  • Northbound US 45 on-ramp from County II closed Thursday, Sept. 29 from 6 a.m. to midnight for shoulder milling and paving.
    • Detour: WIS 76 to US 10
  • The eastbound US10 ramp to southbound US 45 will be OPEN but reduced to a single lane from Monday, Sept. 26 through Friday, Sept. 30.

Detour: See above

Website: Traffic impacts are updated, as necessary, at https://projects.511wi.gov/weeklyupdates-ne/

 

Racine Street Bridge Replacement

Location/limits: Fox River Bridge and approaches, city of Menasha

Length: On-bridge

Cost: $33 million

Schedule: October 13, 2020 to November 2022

Description of work: Work includes replacing the existing bridge with a new, two-lane drawbridge (movable span) on a slightly different alignment (just east of existing location). It also includes new roundabouts at the Racine Street intersections with Main Street on the north side of the river and Ahnaip Street on the south side of the river. Work will be completed in three stages. Stage 1 takes place from October 2020 to fall 2021.

September 19 to September 23: Crews working on the bridge.

September 26 to September 30: Crews working on the bridge.

Traffic impacts: Bridge CLOSED through mid-December 2022.

Detour: 3rd Street (WIS 114) to Tayco Street to Nicolet Blvd to Ahnaip Street

  • For complete staging and traffic impacts, please see the project website.

Waterway Navigation Impacts: U.S. Coast Guard will announce changes in the Local Notice to Mariners and via a Broadcast Notice to Mariners.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/racinebridge/

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