County Q to WIS 60
Rehabilitation Washington County
Wisconsin Highway 164 is a two lane rural arterial north-south commercial trucking route. This project, which is located primarily in the Village of Richfield, will address the poor pavement condition, safety, and traffic flow within the project corridor that serves local commuter, farming, and commercial traffic between Waukesha and Hartford. This project involves safety improvements and the rehabilitation of WIS 164 from County Q to WIS 60. Although this project does not involve roadway expansion, extensive public involvement is required due to past roadway projects along the corridor. The following improvements are proposed to address key deficiencies and to improve safety along the corridor:
Intersection operational improvements at the Hubertus Road and WIS 164 intersection.
Intersection operational improvements at the WIS 167 and WIS 164 intersection.
The roadway will be resurfaced from County Q to Cherokee Trail and from Grey Stone Drive to 2,800-feet north of Club Drive.
Sight distances will be improved from Cherokee Trail to Grey Stone Drive by reconstruction of the existing roadway to correct vertical alignment deficiencies.
Rock County Line to USH 12
IH 43 Rock Freeway
Rehabilitation Walworth County
I-43, Rock Freeway, is a four lane interstate connecting south-central Wisconsin to southeastern Wisconsin, specifically the Milwaukee Metropolitan area. This project spans from the Village of Darien in the south to the City of Elkhorn in the north. It will rehabilitate IH-43 from the Rock County Line to USH 12 in Walworth County. Lakeside is leading the design of a 6.3 mile rehabilitation from the Rock County Line to County X. The following improvements are proposed to address key deficiencies and to improve safety along the corridor:
Reconstruction of the shoulders.
Development of a detour plan and a Type 3 TMP.
Development of a crash analysis.
Storm water analysis.
Development of plan and profile sheets, cross sections, pavement marking plan, traffic control plans, and construction detail plan.
County C to 71st Street
Reconstruction Racine County
Wisconsin Highway 11 is a two-lane roadway with both urban and rural segments passing through the Village of Union Grove. This project includes the rehabilitation and reconstruction of a two-lane highway with both urban and rural sections. The following improvements are proposed to address key deficiencies and to improve safety along the corridor:
The current WIS 11 pavement will be pulverized and repaved from County C to Schoen Rd.
The remainder of the roadway will be reconstructed from Schoen Rd to 71st.
For the rural sections, shoulders will be increased to a 10-foot width, 5-feet of which will be paved to accommodate bicycles, and the size of the ditches will be increased to improve drainage.
For the urban sections, curb and gutter will be included on both sides of the highway.
The intersection of WIS 11 and US 45 will be reconstructed to increase capacity, and to improve safety, left-turn lanes will be added from WIS 11 to USH 45.
Silver Spring Drive to WIS 60
IH 43 TPC Milwaukee and Ozaukee Counties
The I-43 North-South Freeway is among the busiest routes in Wisconsin and is a critical Interstate link between southeast Wisconsin and the entire state. I-43 provides access to manufacturers, merchants, commuters and tourists within southeast Wisconsin, the Milwaukee metropolitan area, and other areas including Green Bay, Sheboygan, Manitowoc and Chicago.
WisDOT has maintained and rehabilitated the ramps, bridges, pavements and other structures on I-43 for 50 years. The North-South Freeway has exceeded its design life and it is no longer economical to maintain. The corridor needs full evaluation, so it can serve the communities into the future.
The project team will study the corridor, including the service interchanges and adjacent arterial roads in Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties. This review will:
Identify safety concerns.
Assess physical condition and configuration of the roadways.
Identify potential environmental concerns and socioeconomic factors that may be affected by the corridor.
Teutonia Avenue to Mequon Road
Reconstruction Milwaukee & Ozaukee Counties
Wisconsin Highway 57 is a four lane divided principal arterial that runs north-south in Ozaukee and Milwaukee Counties, through the City of Mequon, Village of Brown Deer, and Village of River Hills. WIS 57 has experienced distressed pavement and is in need of resurfacing. The following improvements are proposed to address key deficiencies and to improve safety along the corridor:
WIS 57 will be resurfaced
WIS 57/WIS 100 interchange will be reconstructed to accommodate growing traffic volumes and to provide adequate structural clearance.
WIS 60 to North Ozaukee County Line
I-43 is a four lane interstate connecting the northeast region of Wisconsin to its southeast region. This project spans from the Town of Grafton at the southern limits to the Village of Belgium at the northern limits. It will rehabilitate 10 of the existing bridges located along the IH 43 corridor, from STH 60 extending north to the Ozaukee County line. This project works over I-43 on the bridges at Arrowhead Rd, CTH V, STH 32, Ulao Pkwy, Sauk Rd, CTH P, Sandy Beach Rd, Cedar Beach Rd, CTH D and Silver Beach Rd. Lakeside is leading the design. The following improvements are proposed to address key deficiencies and to improve safety along the corridor:
Concrete, Epoxy, or Polymer Asphalt Overlay.
Beam Guard improvements.
Development of a detour plan and a Type 2 TMP.
Development of a crash analysis.
Development of an environmental report.
Development of plan and profile sheets, cross sections, pavement marking plan, storm sewer plan, FTMS plans, traffic control plans, and construction detail plan.
Buena Park Road to WIS 36
Reconstruction Racine County
Wisconsin Highway 20 is a heavily used entrance to the Village of Waterford’s downtown area and to the Waterford High School, the Fox River Middle School and the Evergreen Elementary School. The pavement is deteriorating and is in need of resurfacing or replacement. Lakeside is leading the design of a 0.65-mile reconstruction from Main Street to WIS 36. This segment features include a 2-lane portion, an historic church, a cemetery, a war memorial adjacent to WIS 20, and a mid-block trail crossing. The following improvements are proposed to address key deficiencies and to improve safety along the corridor:
Improve traffic flow by widening from 2-lanes to 4-lanes from Buena Park Road to the Main Street/First Street intersection.
Improve intersection operations with turn lanes and intersection control.
Improve sight distance deficiencies.
Provide traffic signals at Main Street/First Street (interim project).
Provide bicycle and pedestrian accommodations.
Aesthetic improvements and lighting.
Development of plan and profile sheets, cross sections, pavement marking plan, storm sewer plan, and construction detail plan.
Completion of a noise analysis using Traffic Noise Model (TNM) Version 2.5 and the factor sheets for inclusion in the environmental report.