MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation said most road construction projects in the state are done for the year, which should ease travel over the Thanksgiving holiday.
The department said Thursday that the project that will most affect travel is work along Interstate 94 in the northbound lanes from the Illinois state line to Highway 50.
However, the multiyear project to expand Highway 41 to four lanes between Green Bay and Marinette is now complete.
Information about lane closures, traffic accidents and road conditions can be found by calling 511 or online at www.511wi.gov.
Last year nine people were killed on the roads during the Thanksgiving holiday period. That was down from the five-year-average of 14.