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Culvert replacements scheduled for Lincoln, Oneida, Vilas counties

May 29, 2014

Several culverts are scheduled for replacement or improvement throughout Lincoln, Oneida and Vilas counties this summer.

S & N Incorporated is the prime contractor for the $1 million project. Crews will replace and repair four culvert pipes.

  • WIS 107 over Ripley Creek (between WIS 64 and County E) in Lincoln County. Work is scheduled to begin Monday, June 2. During construction, WIS 107 will remain open to a single lane of traffic with temporary traffic signals. Construction is currently scheduled for completion by Thursday, July 17, 2014.
  • WIS 107 over Tug Lake Creek (between WIS 64 and County E) in Lincoln County. Work is scheduled to begin Friday, July 18. During construction, WIS 107 will remain open to a single lane of traffic with temporary traffic signals. Construction is currently scheduled for completion by Thursday, August 29, 2014.
  • WIS 155 at the crossing of Lost Creek (between WIS 70 and County C) in Vilas County. Work is scheduled to begin Monday, July 21. During construction WIS 155 will remain open to a single lane of traffic with temporary traffic signals. Construction is currently scheduled for completion by Thursday, September 4, 2014.
  • WIS 47 at the County K intersection (west of Rhinelander) in Oneida County. Work is scheduled to begin Friday, August 1. During construction, WIS 47 will remain open to traffic. Construction is currently scheduled for completion by Monday, August 11, 2014.

Eighty percent of the project will be paid for with federal transportation funds; the remaining 20 percent will be paid for with state transportation funds.

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For more information, contact
Kristin McHugh, WisDOT NC Region Communications 
(715) 421-8380, kristin.mchugh@dot.wi.gov

 

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