The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) has announced they will be reconstructing Highway 100 , from St. Martins Road to College Avenue in Milwaukee County.
A public information meeting will be held for anyone interested to see how their commute may be impacted, and to offer their input on the project, which is planned for 2018.
When: Tuesday, August 28, 4 - 7p.m. Where: Franklin City Hall Community Room, 9229 West Loomis Road Franklin, WI The project will do the following:
- From St. Martins Road to Drexel Avenue: the existing 2-lane undivided rural roadway will be expanded to a 4-lane divided urban roadway with medians and curb/gutter
- From Drexel Avenue to just north of Rawson Avenue: the existing 4-lane roadway will be expanded to 6 lanes with medians and curb/gutter
- From Rawson Avenue to College Avenue: the 6-lane section will be reconstructed as 6 lanes with pedestrian and bicycle accommodations
The meeting will be held in an "open house" format to allow interested persons an opportunity to view exhibits displaying pertinent information, provide comments regarding the corridor and meet individually with project staff representing the WisDOT. These meetings are an opportunity to learn about the project, ask questions, provide information and offer comments regarding the project corridor.
For questions about the informational meeting or the corridor study in general, please contact John Kanzenbach, P.E., WisDOT project manager at (262) 548-6467 or by e-mail at email@example.com.