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I-94 East-West Corridor
|View SE, I-94 East-West Corridor project location.|
View the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) (This file is very large and may take several minutes to download)
Public Hearings Scheduled – see Public Involvement page for more information
- Wednesday, December 3, 2014, from 3 to 7 p.m., at the Tommy Thompson Youth Center at the Wisconsin State Fair Park, Gate #5, 640 S. 84th Street, Milwaukee, WI. (The westbound I-94 exit at 84th Street will be closed, use the 68th/70th exit. State Fair park is accessible from 76th Street or 84th Street.)
- Thursday, December 4, 2014, from 5 to 8 p.m., at Marquette
University High School, 3401 W. Wisconsin Avenue (enter from
Michigan Street parking lot), Milwaukee, WI.
Public Involvement Meetings were conducted on June 16 and June 17, 2014. The new information presented at the meeting may be found on the Public Involvement page.
I-94, 70th St. to 16th St., in Milwaukee County.
WisDOT is currently initiating an environmental and engineering analysis of the I-94 East-West Freeway Corridor. The project will cover approximately 3.5 miles of I-94 between 70th Street and 16th Street in Milwaukee County. The project includes one system interchange (US 41/WIS 341/Miller Parkway) and five service interchanges (70th Street/68th Street, Hawley Road, Mitchell Boulevard, 35th Street, and 26th Street/St. Paul Avenue.
This portion of the I-94 East-West Freeway corridor opened to traffic in 1961 and 1962. It is the link between the Marquette Interchange and Zoo Interchange. It plays a key role in moving commuters, tourists, freight and other movements to major sites around and beyond the Southeast region of the state.
WisDOT has maintained and rehabilitated the ramps, bridges, pavements and other structures a number of times over the past 50 years, but the corridor is nearing the end of its useful life. Now is the time to take the next steps to determine how the corridor should be rebuilt to ensure that it serves the economy of Southeastern Wisconsin for decades to come.
Traffic from around the region, state and nation passes through this corridor, and there are many major institutions and tourist attractions that are in close proximity, including:
- Veterans Administration complex
- Miller Park
- Miller Coors brewery
- Menomonee Valley businesses, including Potawatomi Casino
Study started 2012 and scheduled to be completed in 2014.
WisDOT Southeast Region Office, email@example.com
Last modified: November 19, 2014
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