US 41 (Wisconsin state line-Green Bay) Interstate Conversion - Project photos
Agency and Public Information Meetings (PIM)
Feb. 4, 2013 - Agency coordination meeting
Meeting in Oshkosh with stakeholder agencies and local government representatives. Planning Project Manager, Tammy Rabe, P.E., provided an update on the US 41 Interstate Conversion
Local government representatives from the 175 mile corridor, as well as state and federal agency representatives, attended
the update meeting in person and via teleconference.
US 41 Conversion Project Manager Tammy Rabe
presents information about the proposed conversion to agency
representatives from communities along the US 41 corridor.
WisDOT Project Manager
Bryan Lipke (right) discusses the interconnectivity of US 41 to
Interstate roadways throughout the Midwest with an attendee at one
of six public information meetings (PIMs). The PIMs were conducted
in Wauwatosa, Germantown, Fond du Lac, Oshkosh, Appleton and Green
US 41 Conversion Project
representatives gather feedback from attendees at PIMs conducted on
the proposed project.
Community residents listen
to a formal presentation about the US 41 Conversion Project that is
proposing to convert US 41 to an Interstate. WisDOT conducted six
public information meetings along the US 41 corridor to gather
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Last modified: May 13, 2013