Improvements to start on Stoughton Road at Pflaum and Buckeye intersections, Madison
August 6, 2014
Work is beginning August 11 on the intersections of Stoughton Road (US 51) with Pflaum and Buckeye roads in Madison, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Southwest Region.
Improvements include pavement repairs and traffic signal replacements. Overhead traffic signals and sign structures will be installed.
Through traffic will be maintained at all times on Stoughton Road with lane restrictions on Pflaum and Buckeye. Stoughton Road lane closures will occur 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly starting the week of August 25.
The project cost is estimated at $1.7 million. The project is scheduled for completion by mid-October 2014.
Motorists are encouraged call 511 or log onto Wisconsin 511 online for the latest traffic updates locally and statewide.
For more information, contact:
Mike Rampetsreiter, WisDOT project manager
(608) 246-7917, firstname.lastname@example.org