Release Date: February 18, 2022
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is seeking public input on proposed improvements to WIS 13 between North Street and Mound View Drive in the village of Friendship, Adams County. Construction is currently scheduled for 2026 but could occur as early as 2024.
Proposed improvements include:
- Removing the concrete surface, patching, and overlaying with asphalt
- Replacing sections of deteriorated curb and gutter
- Upgrading curb ramps to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards
- Repairing storm sewer inlets
- Constructing new curb ramps and crosswalk at Mound View Drive
WisDOT is considering construction of minor modifications to intersections including bump-outs in the downtown area. The bump-outs would shorten the crossing distance and improve visibility for drivers and pedestrians and would result in reduced real estate impacts to nearby steps and building entrances.
During construction, WIS 13 will remain open to traffic during construction. Motorists can expect to encounter daily flagging operations with a temporary signal between County J and Mound View Drive. Access to residents and businesses along the project corridor will be maintained. Brief interruptions at driveways may occur.
Additional right of way will be required consisting of both permanent and temporary easements at the intersections to accommodate new curb ramps. Landowner rights information and preliminary right of way maps are available on the project website.
How to provide input:
The public is invited to review the
project website and provide input through
Thursday, March 10, 2022.
- Residents, property owners, and businesses in the area have been mailed a handout with a comment form that can be sent back to WisDOT.
- Submit comments using the
online comment form on the
- Questions and comments can be directed to WisDOT Project Manager Dan Holloway at (715) 459-4774 or by email at
Daniel.Holloway@dot.wi.gov, or in writing to WisDOT North Central Region, 1681 Second Avenue South, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin 54495.
Deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf-blind, and speech-disabled persons should contact the Wisconsin Relay Service by dialing 711.
For more information, contact:
Tegan Griffith, North Central Region Communication Manager
(715) 493-3710, email@example.com