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WIS 164 (County J) - Schedule

For more information on Public Information Meetings (PIM), hearings and other public activities, visit Public involvement.

Future (next year and beyond)

  • This project is not yet scheduled for construction but is anticipated to be when traffic volumes near the threshold for four lanes.

Construction north of Howard Lane

  • Construction north of Howard Lane will occur only when or if traffic volumes in those areas of the project reach the four-lane threshold volume of 13,000 vehicles per day.
  • Based on traffic projections, it is not expected that traffic volumes between Howard Lane and County Q (Waukesha County) will reach 13,000 vehicles per day before 2010. Traffic volumes in Washington County are not expected to reach 13,000 vehicles per day until 2025 or beyond.
  • If traffic growth exceeds what is predicted, construction could be moved up, based on funding availability. Additionally, WisDOT is committed to completing safety and/or spot improvements as needs arise.


Past (anything prior to today)

2001

  • Study completed
  • December 2001 - Final EIS (FEIS) completed which documented the preferred alternative, basis for its selection, comments on DEIS and public hearing input
  • April 2001
    • Public Hearing after DEIS became available for public and agency review
    • Draft EIS (DEIS) completed

1999, 2000 and 2002

  • PIMs provided opportunities for public to comment and ask questions
  • PAC meetings

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WisDOT Southeast Region Office, ser.dtsd@dot.wi.gov
Last modified: July 30, 2013

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