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Northeast Region weekly highway construction update

Northeast Region weekly highway construction update for July 8 to July 19

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’s Northeast Region, here is a list: Brown, Calumet, Door, Fond du Lac, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Marinette, Oconto, Outagamie, Sheboygan, and Winnebago. Please help all of us stay safe on the roadways, use caution, and remain alert when driving through any work zone.

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

*All project information is weather-dependent and subject to change.

 

BROWN COUNTY

 

WIS 172 Box Culvert and Resurfacing

Location/limits: WIS 54/WIS 172 Roundabout to WIS 172 Airport entrance, town of Hobart Brown County

Length: 2.2 miles

Cost: $2.1 million

Schedule: June 17, 2024 to September 10, 2024

Description of work: This project will remove the steel culvert near WIS 54 and install a pre-cast box culvert. Other work includes resurfacing WIS 172 (asphalt mill and overlay) from the WIS 54/WIS 172 roundabout to the Airport entrance and spot locations of frost heave repair. Pavement marking will be placed at all resurfacing areas.

July 8 to July 12: The contractor set all the pre-cast box culvert pieces. They also formed and poured the box culvert apron floors.

July 15 to July 19: The contractor plans to place structure backfill at the box culvert, place rip rap at the ends of the box culvert, and pull the bypass pumping sheeting.

Traffic impacts: The WIS 172 mainline will be CLOSED and DETOURED beginning June 17 for approximately two months.

  • The roadway will remain open to businesses and properties in the work zone.
  • NOTE: There is a hard closure at the box culvert locations. No traffic is permitted to pass. Access to properties in the work zone must come from either the east or west access point.

Detour: Directs through traffic to use WIS 54 and I-41.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/172resurf/

 

WIS 54/57 Resurfacing

Location/limits: WIS 54 between University Way and WIS 57 in the City of Green Bay, Brown County

Length: 4.4 miles

Cost: $7.6 million

Schedule: May 20, 2024 to October 2024

Description of work: This project will resurface and repair WIS 54 (concrete repair and overlay and asphalt mill and overlay), resurface ramps for University Avenue/Nicolet Drive and resurface mainline University Avenue/Nicolet Drive (concrete repair and overlay), and concrete repair on Bay Settlement Road ramps. The project will also be replacing beamguard, replacing curb ramps at the southwest quadrant of Bay Settlement Road and Leon Bond Drive and the intersection of the eastbound off-ramp for Bay Settlement Road and Bay Settlement Road, replacing culvert endwalls​, sand barrel arrays, pavement markings, shoulder rumble strips, and shoulder aggregate.

July 8 to July 12: The contractor continued milling and paving operations of base layers along WIS 54. They also continued working on grading for beamguard.

July 15 to July 19: The contractor will begin paving surface layers throughout the project.

Traffic impacts: The WIS 54 mainline will remain open using temporary lane and shoulder closures for most of the construction. The following ramps will be closed during off-peak hours during resurfacing and repairing operations.

  • WIS 54/57and University Avenue system interchange and on and off-ramps
  • WIS 54/57 and Nicolet Drive on and off-ramps
  • WIS 54/57 and Bay Settlement Road/County EA on and off-ramps
    • Consecutive ramps will not be closed at the same time.
  • CHECK THE PROJECT WEBSITE FOR DAILY UPDATES ON OVERNIGHT RAMP CLOSURE LOCATIONS AND TIMES.

Local roads: University Avenue/Nicolet Drive under WIS 54/57 and Bay Settlement Road/County EA over WIS 54/57 will remain open and constructed under single-lane closures.

Detour: The detour for the WIS 54/57 and Bay Settlement ramp closures will use Bay Settlement Road and Algoma Road (County I).

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/54gb24/

 

BROWN AND OUTAGAMIE COUNTIES

 

WIS 96 Resurfacing

Location/Limits: WIS 96 from Claribel Street to Green Street in the city of Kaukauna and the village of Wrightstown in Brown and Outagamie counties.​

Length: 4.9 miles

Schedule: May 20, 2024 to July 2024

Cost: $2.6 million

Description of work: The project consists of milling and resurfacing WIS 96 from Claribel Street to Broadway Street. Other work includes storm sewer and pipe culvert repair/replacement, curb ramp improvements, widening the paved shoulder from 4′ to 5′ in various locations, adding rumble strips, and pavement marking.

July 8 to July 12: Crews continue curb ramp upgrades in Wrightstown with removals, curb and gutter, and sidewalk pours. Storm sewer repairs begin in the village of Wrightstown.

July 15 to July 19: Crews will continue curb ramp upgrades in Wrightstown with removals, curb and gutter, and sidewalk pours. Culvert and storm sewer repairs will finish up between County U and County DD. Asphalt paving is scheduled to begin early in the week.

Traffic impacts:

  • WIS 96 CLOSED from County U to County D (Broadway Street) beginning Thursday, June 20 through the end of July 2024.
    • Access will be maintained to businesses and residents along the project corridor throughout construction.
  • Linda Street will be closed at WIS 96 (Main Street) for storm sewer repairs from Monday, July 8 to Friday, July 12.

Detour: Directs traffic to follow County DD (Broadway Street) and County U (Lock Street)

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/96brownoutag/

 

MANITOWOC COUNTY

 

US 10 and WIS 310

Location/limits: US 10 and WIS 310 between County P (Branch) and County R, and County R to Columbus Street in Two Rivers.

Length: 2.6 and 6.1 miles for a combined total of 8.7 miles

Cost: $4.3 million

Schedule: July 8, 2024 to mid-October, 2024

Description of work: This project includes miscellaneous culvert maintenance work, culvert lining, concrete curb and gutter, removing asphaltic surface milling, cold in-place recycling (CIR) pavement and overlaying of the roadway, replacing existing guard rail as well as pavement marking, centerline and shoulder rumble strips and other incidental work.

July 8 to July 12: Work began with milling of the existing asphaltic surface and performing some pavement sawing work. Cold In-Place Recycling of the existing roadway began Thursday.

July 15 to July 19: The contractor will finish up the milling of the existing roadway surface and continue with the Cold In-Place Recycling work. The contractor also expects to begin paving the leveling layer later this week.

Traffic impacts: Beginning Wednesday July 10, 2024, traffic will be limited to one lane for alternating eastbound and westbound traffic through the use of a flagging operation and pilot cars while there is work being performed.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/10310rab/

 

US 10 Passing Lanes

Location/limits: US 10 from the village of Reedsville to County J in Manitowoc County.

Length: 3.6 miles

Cost: $3.33 million

Schedule: May 6, 2024 to September 2024

Description of work:

  • Construction of two miles of an eastbound passing lane between Manitowoc Street/Pleasant View Road and County G.
  • Construction of two miles of a westbound passing lane between County G and Fritsch Lane.
  • Reconstruction of short sections of Rocky Ledge Lane, Menchalville Road, and Fritsch Lane to match the new passing lanes, and installation of new signs and pavement markings in the passing lanes.

July 8 to July 12: Contractors continued stripping topsoil and grading new ditches from Steinberg Lane east towards County G on the south side of the roadway. Base aggregate was placed in this location as well. Crews installed rip rap in the interceptor ditches on the south side of US 10 west of County G. Restoration along the project continued in areas were grading of the ditches was complete.

July 15 to July 19: Contractors will move operations to the westbound passing lane. Menchalville Road will be excavated and graded. Crews will then move to the far east end near Brodtke Road and start excavation towards the west. Staking for curb and gutter will be completed at Rocky Ledge Lane, Menchalville Road, and Fritsch Lane.

Traffic impacts: During construction operations, US 10 will be reduced to one lane of travel with temporary signals installed to direct traffic between Reedsville and County G. During non-working hours and weekends, the signals will be placed in flashing yellow mode and traffic will be opened to two-way traffic.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/us10pass/

 

MARINETTE COUNTY

 

US 41 Resurfacing

Location/limits: Flame Road in the town of Peshtigo to West Cleveland Avenue in the city of Marinette.

Length: 2.7 miles

Schedule: April 15, 2024 through July 7, 2024

Cost: $3.41 Million

Description of work: Work includes asphalt resurfacing and concrete repair, guardrail grading and replacement, median drain replacement, inlet adjustments, curb and gutter replacement, electrical loop detector replacement, rumble strips, and pavement markings.

July 8 to July 12: Minor punchlist and pavement marking finishing work schedule TBA.

July 15 to July 19: Contractor expects to complete pavement marking for US 41 and removal of all traffic control devices this week.

Traffic impacts: There will be a lane closure during final pavement marking operations.

 

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY

 

Capitol Drive Bridge Replacement – This is a construction contract for the I-41 Expansion Majors Project between Appleton and De Pere.

Location/limits: Capitol Drive over I-41 between North Capitol Court to West Capitol Drive in the city of Appleton.

Length: 0.31 miles

Cost: $5.22 million

Schedule: April 1 to November 1, 2024

Description of work: This is a construction contract for the I-41 Expansion Project between Appleton and De Pere. This current contract is to replace the Capitol Drive overpass and approaches. Temporary median widening will be constructed along I-41 from the south of the WIS 15 interchange to just east of the North Lynndale Drive overpass. Please see the project website for details of the five-year project.

July 8 to July 12: Crews continued I-41 median widening from north of WIS 96 to just east of Lynndale Drive overpass (night work). Crews set girders for the Capitol Drive overpass from July 9 through July 12 (night work). Crews will continue with marsh excavation along I-41 Southbound Ramps to WIS 15.

July 15 to July 19: Crews will continue forming and pouring retaining wall (R-44-33) coping. Crews will continue I-41 median widening from north of WIS 96 to just east of Lynndale Drive overpass (night work under median lane closures). Crews will start decking for the Capitol Drive overpass structure.

Traffic impacts: From 2024 to 2030, there will be numerous roadway and ramp closures and full interchange closures as part of the I-41 Expansion Project.

  • Please see the Majors Project website for detailed traffic impacts for this project, including roadway closures, and detour routes.

I-41 Lane Closure:

  • June 10 through September 30: Northbound I-41 inside lane closure from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. the next day.

Local road:

Capitol Drive CLOSED AND DETOURED to August 30, 2024

Detour:

  • Eastbound Capitol Drive will take Casaloma Drive SB to WIS 15 EB to North Lynndale NB to Capitol Drive EB.
  • Westbound Capitol Drive will take North Lynndale SB to WIS 15 WB to Casaloma Drive NB to Capitol Drive WB.

I-41 Expansion Project website: https://i41project.wisconsindot.gov/

 

Rose Hill Road Bridge Replacement – This is a construction contract for the I-41 Expansion Project between Appleton and De Pere.

Location/limits: Fairlane Drive to East Evergreen Drive

Length: 0.27 miles

Cost: $3.48 million

Schedule: April 29 to September 2024

Description of work: This is a construction contract for the I-41 Expansion Project between Appleton and De Pere. This work is to replace the Rose Hill overpass and approaches on both the west and east sides of the overpass. Temporary median widening will be constructed along I-41 to accommodate a temporary barrier wall during abutment and pier construction.

July 8 to July 12: Crews will continue to import and place borrow material. Bridge construction will continue, which will include decking, rebar and concrete installations over several weeks. Erosion control and traffic control devices will be installed and maintained as necessary.

July 15 to July 19: Crews will continue to import and place borrow material. Bridge construction will continue, which will include curing of the bridge deck and installation of rebar and concrete on the parapets over the next several weeks. Erosion control and traffic control devices will be installed and maintained as necessary.

Traffic impacts: From 2024 to 2030, there will be numerous roadway and ramp closures and full interchange closures as part of the I-41 Expansion Project. Please see the Majors Project website for detailed traffic impacts, roadway closures, and detour routes.

Upcoming significant traffic impacts:

  • Please see the project website for closure locations, dates, times, and detours.

Local road closure

  • Rose Hill Road overpass is CLOSED to all traffic.
    • Traffic will be detoured using County OO, WIS 55, and County JJ

Project website: https://i41project.wisconsindot.gov/

 

County N Interchange Reconstruction – This is a construction contract for the I-41 Expansion Project between Appleton and De Pere.

Location/limits: Moasis/Patriot Drive to East Evergreen Drive

Length: 0.25 miles

Cost: $4.21 million

Schedule: June 17, 2024, to December 2024

Description of work: This is a construction contract for the I-41 Expansion Project between Appleton and De Pere. This work is to reconstruct the County N Interchange at I-41 and the County N and Moasis/Patriot Drive Intersection.

July 8 to July 12: The contractor removed existing pavement and graded the northbound I-41 ramps and then place base aggregate. Crushing operations to recycle the existing pavement continued throughout the week. Clean up of demolition work on the existing bridge over I-41 continued during daytime hours.

July 15 to July 19: Contractor will continue removing pavement and grading on County N and the I-41 ramps. The existing pavement will be crushed on site to use as base aggregate. The partial demolition of the existing bridge over I-41 will continue. The contractor plans to begin placing concrete pavement on the northbound I-41 ramps and County N south of the bridge over I-41.

Traffic impacts: From 2024 to 2030, there will be numerous roadway and ramp closures and full interchange closures as part of the I-41 Expansion Project. Please see the Majors Project website for detailed traffic impacts, roadway closures, and detour routes.

Ongoing closure:

  • The County N and I-41 interchange ramps remain closed.
    • County N is closed from Moasis/Patriot Drive to East Evergreen Drive.

Detour: Traffic will be detoured using County OO, WIS 55, and County JJ

Project website: https://i41project.wisconsindot.gov/

 

WIS 15 West Segment Reconstruction

Location/limits: WIS 15 from US 45 to County T from Hortonville to New London.

Schedule: April 1, 2024 through November 2024

Cost: $14.0 million

Description of work: This work is the final segment of the WIS 15 Majors project construction from New London to Greenville. This contract will reconstruct WIS 15 from a two-lane highway into a four-lane divided highway. The US 45 and WIS 15 intersection will be modified, and the traffic signals will be upgraded. Town roads will be modified for better alignment with WIS 15. The railroad crossing on US 45 (near the WIS 15 intersection) will be replaced with new signals.

July 8 to July 12: Grading work is ongoing between River Road and Kelly Drive. Box culvert C-44-123 (east of Kelly Drive – by Wolfrath’s Landscaping) is being completely backfilled and the grading completed around it. Box C-44-121 (between River Road and Cross Road) concrete construction is getting underway. Restoration and culvert pipe work in occurring as the site progress and the weather allow.

July 15 to July 19: Grading work will occur between US 45 and Cross Road. Highway subbase and base gravels will be placed where the road is completed. Box C-44-121 construction will continue. Restoration and culvert pipe work will occur as needed.

Traffic impacts: WIS 15 is CLOSED and DETOURED between US 45 and County T until early November of 2024.

Detour: The signed detour will direct traffic to County T, County TT, and then US 45 for westbound traffic. Reverse for eastbound traffic.

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

 

WIS 54 Resurfacing and Seymour Roundabout Construction 

Location/Limits: WIS 54 from French Road to Seminary Road in the city of Seymour through the towns of Seymour, Osborn, and Oneida in Outagamie County.​

Length: 7.7 miles

Schedule: April 8, 2024 to September 2024

Cost: $5.9 million.

Description of work: The project consists of milling and resurfacings of WIS 54 from French Road to Seminary Road with new hot-mix asphalt pavement, the construction of two, new roundabouts at WIS 54/County C and WIS 54/WIS 55, beam guard upgrades, widened pave shoulder from three to five feet, safety improvement by creating a dedicated left turn lane in Seymour, centerline and shoulder rumble strips will be installed in rural high-speed areas, and new pavement marking.

July 8 to July 12: Milling and paving operations east of Seymour continued to progress east each day. Milling operations will be complete by the end of the week. Temporary pavement marking was placed on WIS 54 as needed at the completion of each day’s work. Crews removed existing guardrail and then graded for and installed the new guardrail on WIS 54 east of Seymour. Concrete crews at the WIS 54/WIS 55 intersection began placing curb and gutter, truck aprons, driveway aprons, and sidewalk. Electrical base and pull boxes for lighting were also installed at the intersection near the end of the week.

July 15 to July 19: Paving operations east of Seymour will continue progressing east each day. Temporary pavement marking will continue to be placed on WIS 54 as needed at the completion of each day’s work. After the final surface lift of asphalt pavement, the final pavement markings will be placed as work progresses. Concrete crews at the WIS 54/WIS 55 intersection will continue to place curb and gutter, truck aprons, driveway aprons, and sidewalk. Backfill and final grading operations will also begin behind the newly placed curb and gutter and sidewalk/driveway aprons throughout the intersection.

Traffic impacts: Single lane closures with flagging operations can be expected on WIS 54 both east and west of Seymour.

The intersection of WIS 54/WIS 55 is closed and detoured for roundabout construction.

  • Access will be maintained to businesses and residents along the project corridor throughout construction.

Detour: WIS 55 to County G to Mainline Drive.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/54seymour/

 

WIS 76 and School Road Intersection Improvements

Location/limits: The intersection of WIS 76 and School Road in the Village of Greenville.

Length: 0.4 mile

Schedule: April 15, 2024, through early August 2024.

Cost: $2.6 million

Description of work: This project includes reconstructing the intersection into a roundabout. Work includes grading, storm sewer, mini storm sewer, culverts, reconstructing sanitary sewer manholes, base aggregate, concrete pavement, asphaltic pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalk, concrete driveways, shrubs, perennials, yard hydrant, final landscaping, signs, street lighting, and pavement markings.

July 8 to July 12: The contractor finished pouring concrete sidewalk, curb ramps, colored concrete within the raised medians, and concrete pavement within the roundabout. Crews continued to final landscape where topsoil has been placed. Crews fine graded the base aggregate throughout the project in preparation for asphalt paving.

July 15 to July 19: The contractor will place asphalt along the roadways and driveways.

Traffic impacts: The intersection of WIS 76 and School Road will be closed and detoured during construction.

  • Access to homes and businesses will be maintained along the intersection leg in which they are located.
  • Recreational trail will remain open to all users throughout the project. The trail has been relocated to its original location.

Detour: The WIS 76 detour will follow WIS 96 to County CB to WIS 15.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/76schoolrab/

 

OUTAGAMIE AND WAUPACA COUNTIES

 

WIS 22 and WIS 76 Improvements Outagamie and Waupaca Counties

Location/limits: There are two construction locations:

  • WIS 22 from 600 feet west of US 45 to the intersection of US 45.
  • WIS 76 from WIS 54 in the village of Shiocton to US 45 in the village of Bear Creek

Length: 12.7 miles

Schedule: April 29, 2024, through mid-August 2024. Other work was completed last year as part of this two-year construction project.

Cost: $7.4 million

Description of work: This project includes grading, asphalt pavement, milling of existing asphalt, placement of new asphalt surface, and curb ramp replacements. Other work includes guardrail, pavement markings, rumble strips, traffic signal modifications, and other incidentals.

July 8 to July 12: Work took place on asphalt paving, shoulders, rumble strips. and beam guard removal.

July 15 to July 19: Beam guard installation and pavement marking.

Traffic impacts: Please see the project construction website for updated traffic impacts.

  • WIS 76 is closed and detoured.
  • WIS 76 lane closures within the village of Bear Creek.

Detour

  • The WIS 76 detour will follow WIS 54 and US 45.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/wis76cirshioc/

 

OUTAGAMIE AND WINNEBAGO COUNTIES

 

I-41 Rehabilitation and Maintenance

Location/Limits: I-41 from Neenah to Appleton from Breezewood Lane to WIS 96, US 10 in the village of Fox Crossing and Cold Spring Road.

Length: 7.92 miles

Schedule: March 25, 2024 through November 2024

Cost: $16.25 million

Description of work: This maintenance project involves extending the life of the existing bridges and pavement along I-41 with work including concrete pavement repair and replacement, concrete pavement diamond grinding, hot mix asphalt pavement, bridge approach slab replacement, miscellaneous structure maintenance and repairs, storm sewer repair and replacement, box culvert repairs, guardrail replacement, barrier wall replacement, pavement marking, signing, and finishing items. This project also includes replacing the bridge deck of northbound I-41 over Green Bay Road, bridge joint replacements on southbound I-41 over Green Bay Road, joint replacement and bearing modifications to the westbound WIS 441 to northbound I-41 ramp structure in the I-41/WIS 441 system-to-system interchange, and replacing a portion of the structure mounted noise wall on eastbound US 10 over Cold Spring Road.

July 8 to July 12: Diamond grinding crews continued work at various ramps and northbound I-41 lanes north of WIS 441. Bridge crews completed bridge finishing for the first stage of northbound I-41 over the Green Bay Road structure (B-70-132) and prepared to switch traffic to the second stage. Road crews implemented long-term staging on southbound I-41, between WIS 15 and WIS 441 early in the week and began work on bridge approach slab replacement and guardrail removals.

July 15 to July 19: Diamond grinding crews plan to continue work at various ramps and northbound I-41 lanes north and south of WIS 441. Bridge crews plan to switch traffic on northbound I-41 from the inside lanes to the outside lanes between main St. and WIS 441 early in the week and begin bridge demolition for the second stage of the northbound I-41 over Green Bay Road structure (B-70-132). Road crews plan to implement long-term staging on southbound I-41, between WIS 441 and Breezewood Lane middle to end of the week and begin work on bridge approach slab replacement and guardrail removals. Crews will continue with miscellaneous structure repairs, storm sewer, approach slab replacement, hot mix asphalt paving, and guardrail on the southbound lanes between WIS 15 and WIS 441.

Long-Term Ramp/Road Closures:

May 6 to September 2024 – CLOSED – Northbound I-41 on-ramp from County Road II

  • Detour: County II to County CB to US 10 to I-41

May 6 to September 2024 – CLOSED – Green Bay Road

  • Full closure of Green Bay Road between American Drive and County II

July 9 to July 28 2024 – CLOSED – Southbound I-41 on-ramp from College Avenue

  • Detour: County CA to County CB to County BB to I-41

July 19 to August 9 2024 – CLOSED – Southbound I-41 off-ramp to Main Street.

  • Detour: I-41 southbound to Winneconne Ave. to I-41 northbound

July 19 to August 9 2024 – CLOSED – Southbound I-41 on-ramp from Winneconne Ave.

  • Detour: Winneconne Ave. to Tullar Road to Breezewood Lane

Lane Reductions: These will create delays on I-41

May 7 to September – Long-term lane reduction on northbound lanes of I-41 between Main Street and US 10

May 30 to June 21 – Long-term lane reduction on northbound lanes of I-41 between Breezewood and Main Street

July 9 to July 28 – Long-term lane reduction on southbound lanes I-41 between WIS 15 and WIS 441. Opening July 28

  • Lane closures will create delays on I-41. These delays may be significant during peak travel times. Please consider alternate routes.

Please see the project website for the most up-to-date nightly closures.

Project website and daily closures: https://projects.511wi.gov/i41rehab/full-project-overview/

  • March through April: Nightly mainline lane closures, intermittent mainline full closures, and ramp closures at service interchanges
  • May through September: Long-term reduction to two lanes in both directions of I-41 with concrete barrier wall placement, intermittent long-term (two weeks) ramp closures in the I-41/WIS 441 system Interchange, long-term ramp closures at County II. Intermittent lane closures will occur on eastbound US 10 and Cold Spring Road.
  • September through November: Nightly mainline lane closures and intermittent ramp closures at system interchanges
  • Traffic impacts are also published on X each day.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/i41rehab

 

SHEBOYGAN COUNTY

 

WIS 42 Resurfacing

Location/limits: WIS 42 between Pigeon River and North Village Limits in the Village of Howards Grove.

Length: 0.85 miles

Cost: $550,000

Schedule: July 15, 2024 to early September 2024

Description of work: This project includes curb ramp replacements, concrete curb and gutter, asphaltic milling, asphaltic overlay, and pavement markings.

July 8 to July 12: Early warning portable changeable message boards will be set up.

July 15 to July 19: Project begins. The contractor will set up temporary traffic control and pedestrian accommodations, begin sawing and removal of existing curb ramps, and installation of new curb ramps.

Traffic impacts: Beginning Monday July 15, 2024 the parking lanes along WIS 42 in Howards Grove will be closed to complete curb ramp replacement.

 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY

 

WIS 76 Resurfacing

Location/limits: WIS 76 at the US 10 interchange between County II and Shady Lane in the town of Clayton

Length: 1.0 miles

Cost: $1.13 million

Schedule: July 8, 2024 to end of August 2024

Description of work:

  • Mill and replace asphalt pavement on WIS 76
  • Remove and replace select areas of curb and gutter
  • Remove and replace existing beamguard and grading improvements
  • Pavement markings

July 8 to July 12: Crews installed traffic control, installed erosion control, and began curb and gutter removals.

July 15 to July 19: Crews will finish curb and gutter removals, and form and pour the concrete curb and gutter where it was removed. Inlet covers will be adjusted and adjusting rings replaced.

Traffic impacts: WIS 76 will remain open to traffic during construction.

  • Both directions of WIS 76 will be reduced from two lanes to one lane in the divided highway areas.
  • Flaggers will direct traffic near each project limit where WIS 76 transitions down to two lanes.
  • Local, business and emergency access will be maintained at all times.

 

I-41 Rehabilitation (Lake Butte des Morts)

Location/limits: Lake Butte des Morts causeway between WIS 21 and US 45 in the city of Oshkosh

Length: 1.2 miles

Cost: $2.04 million

Schedule: May 28, 2024 to October 2024

Description of work:

  • Remove and replace structure approaches for northbound and southbound I-41 bridges over the main channel of Lake Butte des Morts (B-70-265 and B-70-266).
  • Replace and relocate a roughly 100-foot section of cable barrier on the west side of I-41 near the US 45 interchange.
  • Remove and replace existing safety and weight enforcement facilities (SWEF) along I-41 near the northern shore of Lake Butte des Morts.

July 8 to July 12: Crews finished placing steel reinforcement and concrete for the new approach slabs and median walls. Crews began placing temporary asphalt and temporary pavement markings to prepare for reopening all lanes I-41 for EAA AirVenture.

July 15 to July 19: Crews plan to finish all miscellaneous stage 1 work including temporary pavement markings, then remove all traffic control devices to reopen all lanes of I-41 for EAA AirVenture.

Traffic impacts: Impacts to I-41 mainline traffic include:

  • All lanes fully reopened during the EAA AirVenture.
  • Both directions of I-41 will be reduced from three lanes to two lanes across Lake Butte des Morts, except during EAA.
    • This will cause delays.
  • Southbound I-41 on-ramp from US 45 IS CLOSED and DETOURED until September 2023.

Detour: The detour route will follow US 45 to WIS 21 to I-41.

Project website: https://projects.511wi.gov/butte-des-morts/

 

NORTHEAST REGION WIDE

Epoxy Pavement Marking 

Location/limits: Various highways throughout the Northeast Region

Schedule: May 20, 2024 to fall 2024

Cost: $1,705,493.75

Description of work: This is a maintenance-level improvement that will lay down new epoxy pavement markings on Northeast Region state, US, and interstate highways.

Ongoing Crews laying epoxy pavement markings on various Northeast Region state, US, and interstate highways.

Traffic impacts: All roadways will remain open during pavement marking. Epoxy pavement marking is put down under live traffic in a moving convoy.

  • Please watch for signage, message boards, and traffic control devices.

 

Deck Sealing

Location/limits: Various highways throughout the Northeast Region

Schedule: June 3, 2024, to late June/early July 2024

Cost: $416,684.77

Description of work: This work involves the maintenance sealing of concrete bridge decks on interstate highways, US highways, state highways, and some local and county roads that pass over these highways.

July 8 to July 12: No work.

July 15 to July 19: Work suspended until coordination with other projects allows opportunity to complete remaining work.

Traffic impacts: Highways will remain OPEN during sealing. Lane closures, flagging, or lane shifts will be used for very short periods (a few hours) during non-peak hours.

  • Please watch for signage, message boards, and traffic control devices.

In-construction weekly updates: https://projects.511wi.gov/weeklyupdates-ne/

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