Lineville bridge work to close Highway 41 during several nights - WBAY

Lineville bridge work to close Highway 41 during several nights

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The Highway 41 expansion project in Brown County means rebuilding the Lineville Road overpass in Suamico.

The construction will result in a higher bridge, four roundabouts, and a wider four-lane road in the interchange area later this year.

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says Lineville Road will be closed between the Highway 41 north- and southbound ramps starting at 9 P.M. March 10-13, and again March 17-18. Each day, the road will reopen at 5 o'clock the following morning.

Highway 41 will be shutdown in both directions at Lineville Road on March 12, 13, 17 and 18. The highway will close at 9 P.M. each of those nights and reopen at 5 o'clock the next morning.

Detours

Motorists on Highway 41 will be able to use the Lineville Road ramps to exit then re-enter the highway.

For drivers on Lineville Road, they're encouraged to use Lakeview Drive about 1 mile south to cross Highway 41.

To get on or off Highway 41, use the County B interchange 5 miles north or the Velp Avenue interchange about 2 miles south of Lineville Road.

Work continues into October

Until August, drivers on Lineville Road will find reduced lane widths and intermittent ramp closures. One lane of traffic will be open in each direction.

And then in August, the interchange ramps and the intersections with West Deerfield Avenue and East Deerfield Avenue will close. Only traffic on East Deerfield Avenue will be able to cross Lineville Road.

The construction at Lineville Road is near Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve, and there are a number of businesses in the area.

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