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Tribal affairs - Region project information/highlights, Northeast (NE)
Brown, Calumet, Door, Fond du Lac, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Marinette, Oconto, Outagamie, Sheboygan and Winnebago counties.
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US 41, Brown County - Community Sensitive Design (CSD)
- US 41 Project
- Public information meeting (PIM) presentation
- Brown County brochure
- US 41 Project, project goals - opportunities
CSD on US 41 on Larson Road heading into the Oneida Reservation.
CSD underneath WIS 29 in Pamperin Park abutting the Duck Creek.
WIS 54, Duck Creek Bridge, County Community Sensitive Design (CSD) concepts
- Construction of the Duck Creek Bridge, located in the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin Reservation, started in 2013. The new bridge and pedestrian bridge are constructed and open to traffic.
- This project is the result of coordination between WisDOT NE Region and Oneida Tribal Members.
- WisDOT met with members of Oneida Division of Land Management monthly to keep the project on schedule.
- The new Duck Creek Bridge will provide public transportation both vehicular and multimodal for years to come.
- This project will also expand on the current trail system in Oneida and use the current Duck Creek Bridge as a pedestrian overpass, finishing a Safe Routes to School grant that the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin received.
Rendering of the WIS 54 Duck Creek Bridge Eye.
Rendering of the WIS 54 Community Sensitive Design (CSD) concept.
Update the conceptual designs.
WisDOT, along with the Oneida Tribe, was awarded an award from FHWA for its cooperative work getting the real estate purchased for the Duck Creek Bridge.
WIS 172 roundabout
WisDOT worked with the Oneida Nation when installing two roundabouts within tribal boundaries. The roundabouts have come to be known as the turtle roundabouts.
For more information, contact:
Derek Weyer, NE Regional Tribal Liaison
NE Region office
944 Vanderperren Way
Green Bay, WI 54304-0080
Phone (920) 492-5643
Fax (920) 492-5640
Kelly Jackson, email@example.com
Last modified: August 15, 2013
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