Public involvement meeting set for large section of US 41 in Brown County
March 31, 2014
Noise walls, construction at Oneida and Lombardi intersections, Glory to 9th mainline to be discussed
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) NE Region in Green Bay is announcing a public meeting has been scheduled to provide construction updates and road closure information for US 41 from Glory Road to 9th Street in Brown County. The public involvement meeting will be Tuesday, April 8 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the US 41 Brown County Project office located at 1940 W. Mason Street, Green Bay. A short presentation is scheduled for 4:45 p.m.
The primary purpose of this meeting is to discuss traffic impacts, intersection construction, and the latest design plans for the US 41 Project’s south segment. The meeting will also give an update regarding planned noise barriers along the US 41 mainline to mitigate noise for those living along the corridor.
This meeting will highlight the following areas along US 41:
- Oneida Street/Waube Lane Interchange
- Bridge updates for Hansen, Cormier and Parkview Road and Morris Avenue
- Wisconsin 172 ramps
- Mainline US 41 from Glory Road to 9th Street
The public is encouraged to attend the meeting, ask questions and offer comments. The meeting will be held in an open house format and project staff will be available to discuss the projects on an individual basis.
Persons unable to attend the meeting or would like more information, may contact Mark Kantola,
US 41 Project communication manager at (920) 492-4153. Written comments regarding the project
can be mailed to Mark Kantola, US 41 Project Office, 1940 W. Mason Street, Green Bay, WI 54304 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Citizens who are deaf or hard
of hearing and require an interpreter may request one by contacting Kantola at least three working
days prior to the meeting.
Log on to the US 41 Project website for details of all projects. The US 41 Project can also be found on Facebook and Twitter. For statewide projects and traffic alerts, go to the WisDOT website, visit Wisconsin 511 online or call 5-1-1.
For more information, contact:
Mark Kantola, WisDOT NE Region Project Communications
(920) 492-4153, email@example.com