Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Press Release

I-94 crack sealing in Milwaukee and Racine counties to begin

No lane closures scheduled during commuter hours

By - Sep 20th, 2016 09:45 am
Road Closed. Photo by <strong><p class=Dave Reid.” width=”1024″ height=”768″ /> Road Closed. Photo by Dave Reid.

On Sunday evening, September 25, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is scheduled to begin a maintenance project on I-94, from the Racine/Kenosha County Line to Rawson Avenue, in Milwaukee and Racine counties.

Lane closures will take place in the overnight hours from 9:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. during weekdays, with possible lane and ramp closures during weekends. During lane closures, a single lane of mainline traffic will remain open in each direction, at all times.

The project will route and seal this 17 mile stretch of freeway, along with sections of interchange ramps. The contractor, American Pavement Solutions, is planning on completing the $1.1 million project later this fall. This is a routine maintenance project following up on the 2014 resurfacing of the corridor.

The schedule of work is weather dependent and subject to change.

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