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WIS 158 - Fast facts
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WIS 158, I-94 to WIS 31 including the intersection at County H, in Kenosha - Kenosha County.
- Remove two and a half inches of existing asphalt surface
- Place two and a half inches of new asphalt overlay
- Replace traffic signal loops at 104th Avenue and 68th Avenue intersections
- Install emergency vehicle preemption detectors at 104th Avenue, County H and 68th Avenue intersections
- Shoulder rumble strips on WIS 58 from I-94 to 104th Avenue
- Centerline rumble strips on WIS 158 from 104th Avenue to 2000 feet west of 68th Avenue
- Replace traffic signs
- Pavement markings
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The current condition of the roadway is deteriorated. The asphalt overlay will prevent the pavement condition from deteriorating to unsafe levels prior to a future reconstruction or larger resurfacing project.
Beam guard along the project has reached the end of its service life. Replacement of the beam guard will help provide a safe condition for vehicles that leave the roadway.
September thru late fall 2014
The project will be staged from I-94 to 104th Avenue and one lane of traffic will remain open in each direction.
Night time full closures of WIS 158 will be utilized from 104th Avenue to WIS 31. The posted detour route is 104th Avenue south to County K, east to WIS 31, and north to WIS 158.
Tony Minto, WisDOT Construction Project Manager
Brian DeNeve, WisDOT Southeast Region Communications
Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT)
141 NW Barstow St.
P.O. Box 798
Waukesha, WI 53187-0798
Phone: (262) 548-5902
Fax: (262) 548-5662
WisDOT Southeast Region Office, email@example.com
Last modified: September 10, 2014
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