skip navigation Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Wisconsin Department of Transportation Logo
News
 
Drivers & Vehicles | Safety | Travel | Plans & Projects | State Patrol | Doing Business | Programs for Local Gov't

WIS 29 and County FF interchange to open to traffic in Brown County

July 29, 2014

Woodland Road/Sunlite Drive intersection closes

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region in Green Bay is announcing the opening of the WIS 29 and County FF/Sherwood Street interchange and surrounding roads. The interchange will open to traffic on the evening of Thursday, July 31. This opening is weather-dependent. With the opening of the new WIS 29/FF interchange, the intersections of WIS 29 and Sunlite Drive, Greenfield Avenue, and Woodland Road will be permanently closed.

The project includes:

  • A diamond interchange at WIS 29 and County FF/Sherwood Street/Hillcrest Drive, with a bridge carrying the local traffic over WIS 29.
  • Reconstruction of County FF/Sherwood Street/Hillcrest Drive between Shawano Avenue and Navajo Trail with roundabouts at the intersections.
  • Extension of Sunlite Drive to meet County FF at Navajo Trail, providing improved east-west access in the village of Hobart.

Aesthetic enhancements include decorative retaining walls, bridge features, railings and lighting.

The $17.1 million project began July 1, 2013 and opened on-time and on-budget. There is still various clean-up, landscaping and median work to complete. Expect various lane closures over the next few weeks.

For statewide projects and traffic alerts, go to the WisDOT website, 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, mark.kantola@dot.wi.gov 

 

Events

WisDOT radio newsline

Other news releases:

Law of the month

Public hearings and meetings

WisDOT media contacts