Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Press Release

Maintenance work to close lane on I-94 near Miller Park

WisDOT has chosen an off-peak travel time to minimize delays although some congestion is anticipated.

By - Jan 30th, 2015 08:20 am

As part of work on a drainage inlet, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will be closing a lane on I-94 Westbound (WB) going through the Stadium Interchange today (Friday) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The I-94 WB left lane will be shut down from around 38th Street to just before the entrance ramp from Miller Park Way. Despite the westbound lane restriction, the exit ramp to Miller Park Way Southbound will remain open.

WisDOT has chosen an off-peak travel time to minimize delays although some congestion is anticipated.

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