The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) has completed
a six-mile corridor study for WIS 241
(South 27th Street), from the County Line to County
ZZ (College Avenue), in Milwaukee County.
The result of this study was the development of
an access management plan. This plan will assist public officials in
managing access as new developments emerge along WIS 241. The
Recommends development of a local access route parallel to WIS
241 in both the cities of Franklin and Oak Creek.
Identifies the location of new public street access onto WIS
Identifies the location of future signals that would maximize
efficiency on the highway as traffic volumes increase.
Identifies driveways that have the potential for consolidation
if land combinations occur.
The study was a collaborative planning effort between WisDOT and the cities of Franklin and Oak Creek to assist
in long-term land use and development decisions that minimize
adverse safety and efficiency impacts to the highway.
To view the completed access management plan, contact the
planning or engineering departments of Franklin
Study was completed in 2006. There is
no construction activity at this time.
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Last modified: August 29, 2011