WIS 22 between 5th Street and County C, Montello, Marquette County
The identified needs on this section of WIS 22 include:
- Deteriorating asphalt and concrete pavements
- Roadway drainage issues along East Montello Street
- Bridge maintenance for the West Montello Street bridge located in downtown Montello
- Erosion of the stream bottom around the bridge piers of the Main Street bridge (over the Montello and Fox Rivers)
The primary purpose of the project is to address the deteriorating pavements and bridge needs to ensure that the public's investment in the infrastructure is maximized.
- Asphalt resurfacing
- Concrete repairs at the downtown intersection
- Inlet repairs
- ADA compliant ramp upgrades
- Scour mitigation for the bridges over the Fox and Montello rivers
- Beam painting and deck overlay on the Montello Street bridge
(updated April 12, 2018)
- WIS 22 and WIS 23 will remain open to traffic during construction. Motorists can expect to encounter flagging operations, single lane closures, and temporary traffic signals.
- Some turning movements will be restricted at the intersection of WIS 22 and WIS 23 during various stages of construction.
- Motorists traveling north on WIS 22 will not be able to turn left (west) onto WIS 23 - late June to early July 2018
- Motorists traveling east on WIS 23 will not be able to turn right (south) onto WIS 22 - late June to early July 2018
- Motorists traveling north on WIS 22 will not be able to turn left (west) onto WIS 23 - late July to mid-August 2018
- Access to adjacent properties will be closed during stages of construction at the intersection of WIS 22 and WIS 23. Brief interruptions in access may occur when construction operations are directly in front of driveways. The contractor will be required to notify property owners prior to any activities that impact access.
- Local officials meeting -- March 30, 2017
- Public involvement meeting -- May 23, 2017
- Final plans scheduled for completion -- February 1, 2018
- Construction is currently scheduled to begin as early as mid-June 2018