WIS 441 Tri-County Project lane closures for July 28 to August 1
July 25, 2014
Traffic restrictions on WIS 441 and US 10
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region in Green Bay is announcing WIS 441 Project lane restrictions for July 28 to August 1 in Winnebago, Outagamie and Calumet counties. Drivers should be aware of reduced speed limits and remember to use caution while traveling through any work zone. This does not include closures by local authorities for accidents or unusual incidents (such as weather).
US 41/ WIS 441
There is a long term reduced speed of 55 mph on US 41 northbound from County II to the County BB exit ramp. Drivers can continue to expect shoulder closures throughout the US 41 and US 10/WIS 441 interchange.
US 41/441 and EAA
There are no ramp or lane closures scheduled for this week on the Tri-County Project due to EAA. Drivers should expect heavy event traffic beginning Monday, July 28 through Sunday, August 3. Drivers should pay close attention to the message boards and traffic control signs. Drivers should be aware of the potential for traffic slowing down and/or stopping due to heavy traffic.
Days/events that could impact travel:
- Wednesday night air show with fireworks
- Thunderbirds’ practice Friday
- Friday afternoon/evening with recreational, commuter and event traffic all utilizing the freeway
- Saturday Thunderbirds’ Air Show and Packers Family Night (expect very heavy traffic on freeway)
- Sunday Thunderbirds’ Air Show with events wrapping up by around 3 p.m.
All lane restrictions and work operations are weather-dependent and subject to change.
Log on to the project website for details of the WIS 441 Tri-County design, schedule and construction. For statewide projects and traffic alerts, go to the WisDOT home page, visit Wisconsin 511 online or call 5-1-1. For more information regarding traffic impacts in all of the Northeast Region:
- Follow Northeast Region on Twitter for regional alerts from the Traffic Incident Alert System and for construction related traffic advisories.
For more information contact:
Mark Kantola, US 41 Project communications manager
(920) 492-4153, email@example.com