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Greenfield Avenue westbound from 84th Street to 92nd Street
Greenfield Avenue westbound from 84th Street to 92nd Street now has two through lanes of traffic from 3pm to 6pm daily. Greenfield Avenue is a major detour route for several current closures, and this has helped increase traffic flow in the area. There are “No Parking” signs posted and the West Allis Police Department will be patrolling the area and enforcing the restrictions. This configuration will be in place long-term through Summer 2018. This project update provides more details!
Schlinger Avenue under I-41/894
Schlinger Avenue is expected to be closed under I-41/894 through early Summer 2018 to aid in roadway and bridge construction for the Zoo Interchange project. Motorists are advised to use 84th Street, WIS 100, and Greenfield Avenue to get around the closure. Take a look at this project update for more details!
100th Street between Washington Street and Bungalow Parkway
100th Street will be restricted to local traffic only between Washington Street and Bungalow Parkway beginning Spring 2018 for roadway reconstruction. Further information will be shared prior to the start of work.
Curtis Road/121st Street under I-94
There is an ongoing work on Curtis Road/121st Street under I-94 in order to finalize the reconstruction under I-94. Additionally, restrictions on local roadways in that area future work on Ripley Avenue in Spring 2018.
Hank Aaron State Trail
The Hank Aaron State Trail is closed from 94th Place to Underwood Creek Parkway through early Summer 2018 to help facilitate Zoo Interchange project construction. Trail users should use the detour noted on the map linked below and follow posted detour signs while on the trail to get around the closure. For more information, check out this project update!
Oak Leaf Trail/Deer Creek Trail under I-94
The Oak Leaf Trail will remain open and the Deer Creek Trail will remain closed during winter 2017/2018. Both trails will be resurfaced and open in Spring/Summer 2018. For more information, take a look at this project update!