Governor Evers approves US 18 resurfacing near Brookfield

​Release date: June 28, 2023

To invest in Wisconsin’s transportation system, Governor Evers signed a $15.6 million contract for improvements along US 18 (Bluemound Road), from I-94 to the east Waukesha County line (roughly 124th Street), near Brookfield in Waukesha County.

The project will be completed in two phases and is scheduled to begin the week of July 10 and continue through fall 2023, with remaining work resuming in 2024. Stark Pavement Corporation is the prime contractor for the project and will implement the following:

Project Improvements:

  • Resurfacing 5 miles of roadway
  • Replacing existing traffic signals at the US 18 (Bluemound Road) intersections with Underwood Crossing Parkway and 124th Street
  • Replacing pedestrian accommodations

What to Expect:

  • Construction from east of Moorland Road to the east Waukesha County line is scheduled from early July to fall 2023.
  • The project typically will maintain the existing two lanes of traffic in each direction during the day, reducing to one lane during evening and early morning hours. Reduction to one lane may extend into daytime hours for up to three weeks during pavement repairs and paving work.
  • Access to local residences and businesses will be maintained.

Work is scheduled to resume in spring 2024 along US 18 (Bluemound Road), from I-94 to east of Moorland Road, is scheduled to and be completed in fall 2024, weather depending.

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Contact Information:

Trevor Fannon, Southeast Region Communications Manager
(262) 521-5373

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