Several road construction projects in southeast Wisconsin will be getting underway the week of June 29.
One will take place on State Highway 164 in Waukesha County between State Highway 59 (Les Paul Parkway) to County Highway ES (National Avenue) in the Town of Waukesha.
The highway will see milling and paving of the road surface, new traffic signals at National Avenue and County Highway I (Lawnsdale Road), and enhancements to guardrails, curbs, gutters, pavement markings, signs and storm sewers.
Traffic on 164 will still be open, but reduced to a single lane in each direction. A crossover will be installed to move traffic onto one side of the highway. Each side will be used for traffic for about five to seven weeks. There will also be right-turns only to get on and off 164. Local access to roadways and driveways will continue.
This project is scheduled for completion by mid-fall. More details on the project can be found here: WIS 164 Chinook Pass
Another project will be on State Highway 32 in Kenosha between 7th and 12th streets.
Work will consist of three separate storm sewer outfalls being removed and updated, along with the placement of erosion control items at the outflow locations.
Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction.
This project is scheduled for completion by early October.