Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Press Release

Valley Bridge overlay project to see new ramp openings and closures

As the project advances, access to certain system ramps will continue to become available.

By - Apr 27th, 2018 02:57 pm

On the evening of Friday, May 4, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will begin the next phase of the Valley Bridge overlay project in the city of Milwaukee. This next phase will require bridge work that affects different system ramps in the Marquette Interchange. As the project advances, access to certain system ramps will continue to become available. Please note that these closures are weather dependent and subject to change.

Ramps to open – May 4:

  • I-43 North to I-794 East and Plankinton Avenue Exit Ramp

Ramps to close – May 4:

  • I-43 North to I-94 West (Until Late June)
  • I-43 North to 10th Street and Michigan Avenue Exit Ramp (Until Late June)

Current long-term ramp closures:

  • 11th Street and Wisconsin Avenue Entrance Ramp to I-43 South (Until Late May)
  • I-794 West to I-43 South (Until Late June)
  • I-94 East to I-43 South (Until Late July)
  • Mineral Street/National Avenue Entrance Ramp to I-43 North (Until Late August)

Primary detour route for navigating interchange access continues to be the I-794 Hoan Bridge. For more information on closures and detour routes, visit 511 Wisconsin at https://projects.511wi.gov/i43bridges/.

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