Release date: July 12, 2023
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will host two public involvement meetings for the I-794 Lake Interchange Study. The meetings are the first of several opportunities for the public to learn about the study and engage with WisDOT staff and representatives.
Attend one of the public meetings
Tuesday, August 1
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Milwaukee Marriott Downtown
625 N Milwaukee St., Milwaukee, WI 53202
Wednesday, August 2
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
St. Thomas More High School
2601 E Morgan Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53207
These meetings will be held in an open-house format and will provide the opportunity for the public to understand the study process, learn about the project’s purpose and need, and provide input on design concepts. The same information will be provided at both meetings.
The meeting facilities are transit accessible and wheelchair accessible. Hearing and visually impaired individuals needing assistance may contact WisDOT project representative David Pittman via the Wisconsin Telecommunication Relay System (dial 711 and request to connect with 262-548-6439). Those who would like an interpreter present at the meeting can also contact the WisDOT project representative
(David.Pittman@dot.wi.gov). To allow time for arranging assistance, please call several working days prior to the meeting.
About the I-794 Lake Interchange Study
WisDOT, in partnership with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is evaluating alternatives for
the I-794 Lake Interchange corridor in downtown Milwaukee. The study area is approximately one mile
of I-794 between the Milwaukee River and the Hoan Bridge. The purpose of the study is to address deteriorating infrastructure in a manner that improves safety and operations without adding capacity on I-794, while also striving to enhance community connectivity and compatibility with local plans and development.
Additional information about the I-794 Lake Interchange Study can be found on the study
www.794lakeinterchange.wisconsindot.gov. Materials displayed and provided at the meetings will also be posted on the website.
Trevor Fannon, Southeast Region Communications Manager
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