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I-94 (US 12-WIS 65) Corridor Study - Maps
I-94, US 12 to WIS 65, in the townships of Hudson and Warren, and the village of Roberts, in St. Croix County.
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Aug. 13, 2013 - PIM exhibits, proposed improvements
Proposed construction staging
Year one, Stage 1A
- Westbound outside temporary widening
- Four lanes of traffic on eastbound and westbound existing lanes with off-peak lane closures
Year one, Stage 1B
- Westbound inside temporary widening
- Construct temporary bridges at Kinney Rd. and 100th St.
- Construct permanent bridge(s) at 130th St.
- Four lanes of traffic shifted or on existing lanes with off-peak lane closures
- Eastbound and westbound traffic will remain separated over winter at the end of year one
Year 2, Stage 2 A/B
- Construct permanent eastbound I-94 and bridges
- Four lanes of traffic shifted on to existing and temporary westbound I-94
Year 2, Stage 3
- Construct median crossovers to be used in year three and prepare for winter shutdown
- Eastbound and westbound traffic will be separated over winter at the end of year two
Year 3, Stage 4
- Construct permanent westbound i-94 and bridges
- Four lanes of traffic shifted on to new eastbound I-94
Year 3, Stage 5
- Remove temporary crossovers and complete remaining median work
- Four lanes of traffic located on new eastbound and westbound I-94
Noise barriers being considered
Jan. 22, 2013 - Proposed improvements
- Project overview
- US 12-Kinney Rd.
- Kinney Rd.-100th St.
- East of 100th St.-WIS 65
- WIS 65-130th St.
- Typical section
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