Park and ride rehabilitation in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties
Reduced parking capacity


April 27, 2017

On Tuesday, May 8, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will begin a rehabilitation project of 10 park and ride lots around southeastern Wisconsin, four of which will take place in May.  



Nature of work

Traffic impacts

I-94 and S. 76th Street (State Fair Park and Ride/ Milwaukee Co.)

May 8 to early June

Sewer and electrical upgrades, pavement replacement

Lot will be fully closed. An adjacent lot to the west is available. The bus stop on Kearney St. to be temporarily located on the southwest corner of Main St./Adler St. and S. 76th St.

I-94 to County F (Waukesha Co.)

May 8 to early June

Signage replacement, pavement marking, new fencing

Initially, approximately 1/2 of stalls will be closed. Around late May, the lot will be fully closed.

I-43 and WIS 100 (Brown Deer Road) (Milwaukee Co.)

May 15 to early June

Pavement marking, signage and lighting replacement

Approximately 1/3 of the stalls will be closed.

I-94 and County G (Waukesha Co.)

May 22 to mid-June

Signage replacement, pavement marking

Approximately, 1/2 of the stalls will be closed.

Stark Pavement Corp. has been awarded the $1.2 million contract. Please note its schedule of work is weather dependent and subject to change.

WisDOT asks that motorists do not use businesses adjacent to the aforementioned lots for park and ride services. For a map of WisDOT’s park and ride lots please visit

More information about this rehabilitation project can be found at