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WIS 26 - Need/purpose
Why is this project needed?
- To improve the condition of the pavement and provide a safer overall roadway corridor.
- The existing pavement along this portion of WIS 26 is deteriorating, can no longer be maintained, and is nearing the end of its service life.
Project benefits/anticipated outcomes
- The proposed projects will prolong the life of the roadway and increase safety along WIS 26.
Proposed improvements outside the village of Rosendale
- Pulverizing the existing pavement and resurfacing
- Adding centerline and shoulder rumble strips
- Flattening roadway side slopes
- Culvert pipe repairs and replacements
- Beam guard replacements
- Re-grading ditches
- Spot intersection improvements
- Right turn lanes may be added or extended at some intersections to improve roadway operations and safety
- Isolated areas of roadway reconstruction may be required to remove frost heaves in the roadbed or flatten hills to improve sight distances
- One of the proposed roadway reconstruction and realignment
areas is the curve near the Willow Creek Road intersection
Proposed improvements within the village of Rosendale
- Pavement is proposed to be milled and resurfaced
- Spot improvements to sidewalk and curb ramps to comply with current Americans with Disabilities Act requirements
Real estate acquisition
- Right of way and easements will be required for this project for re-grading ditches, beam guard improvements and intersection realignment and improvement in the rural areas
- Additionally, WIS 26 near the Willow Creek Rd. intersection is proposed to be realigned, which will require further right of way needs
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