Resurfacing project to get underway on WIS 60 in Washington County
Traffic down to a single lane beginning next month


June 26, 2015

Beginning Monday, June 29, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is scheduled to start work on a $3.9 million resurfacing project on WIS 60 in Washington County. The project limits run from Main Street (WIS 83) to Kettle Moraine Road, a distance of approximately three miles.

The project includes repair and replacement of deteriorated pavement, added turn lanes, upgraded signals, spot improvements to curb and gutter, minor utility work, sidewalk replacement, Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant curb ramps, along with new signing and pavement marking.

The initial work involves installation of temporary traffic signals at the WIS 60 intersections of Grand Ave. and County K. Beginning in mid-to-late July, the next stage of operations will begin. All traffic will utilize the inside lane, while crews conduct the resurfacing and improvements on the outside lane and adjacent sidewalks. The final stage, anticipated in late summer, will have traffic on the outside lane while crews do the aforementioned work on the inside lane.

One lane of traffic on WIS 60 will be maintained in each direction. Left turn lanes will be provided at signalized intersection and select non-signalized intersections during construction.

The contractor, Payne & Dolan, is planning on completing the project this fall.