West Lincoln Avenue Near Miller Park Way to Close For Canadian Pacific Railroad Track Repairs
City’s Tow Lot and Drop-Off Center on W. Lincoln both open during repairs - October 2-6, 2017
The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW), together with the Canadian Pacific Railway (CP), announces a traffic change on West Lincoln Avenue east of South Miller Park Way/South 43rd Street from October 2-6, 2017. CP will be repairing the railroad tracks that cross W. Lincoln Ave., which will necessitate closing this section of the roadway completely.
Both the City Tow Lot (3811 W. Lincoln Ave.) and the DPW Drop Off Center (3879 W. Lincoln Ave.) will be open for business during their normal hours of operation. Residents are directed to use South 35th Street at W. Lincoln to access either or both sites during this construction project.
DPW appreciates your patience during this repair project.
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