North 27th Street between West Highland Boulevard and West St. Paul Avenue in Milwaukee will reopen Friday.
Work begins soon on the superstructure of the new four-lane highway bridge over the St. Croix River connecting Minnesota and Wisconsin.
State officials are trying to ascertain how much money Wisconsin would lose for roads, bridges and similar structures if Congress fails to approve a new transportation bill by the time the current one expires next year.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will close Interstate 94 lanes near the Stadium Interchange in Milwaukee this week.
Published: December 5, 2013
Cincinnati’s city council halted spending on a $133 million streetcar project Wednesday, citing concerns about the price tag despite already spending millions on construction that has been underway for months.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will host a public meeting Dec. 10 to discuss the final draft of the Wisconsin Rail Plan 2030.
The only way to reach some Milwaukee businesses on West Monarch Place and North 45th Street is by going over an aging bridge the city needs to shut down for major repairs.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will shift traffic on Highway 100 over Interstate 94 on Tuesday night to allow for the demolition of the northbound bridge spans.
Published: November 29, 2013
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A lawsuit over a $2.3 million street and landscaping project in Brown Deer might reach the Wisconsin Supreme Court even though construction is almost finished.