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Long term closures at I-94 and Waukesha County F Interchange
Full interchange closure scheduled next week

 

Aug. 9, 2016

Beginning the week of August 15, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is scheduled to begin long-term closures at County F and I-94, in Waukesha County. The rehabilitation work involves bridge repair, outside lane and ramp terminal pavement replacement and roadway improvements. The safest way to conduct these operations is with the following closures. 
 
This interchange rehabilitation work will be divided into two stages.
 
Stage 1 (Beginning week of Aug. 15)
  • All County F ramps to-and-from I-94 will be fully closed
  • Lane closures on County F over I-94 (One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction)
 
Stage 2 (Beginning late September to early October)
  • Traffic can access the interchange with right turns only
  • Left turns will not be allowed from I-94 exit ramps to County F
  • Left turns will not be allowed from County F to the I-94 entrance ramps
  • Lane closures on County F over I-94 (One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction)
 
With an adjacent project on US 18 (Moreland Road) also impacting access to downtown Waukesha, WisDOT advises motorists to detour to the WIS 164 Interchange, directly to the west of the County F Interchange. Traffic exiting the freeway onto WIS 164 should proceed north to connect with WIS 190 (Capitol Drive). Turn east onto WIS 190 and proceed to access County F.
 
This operation is part of the ongoing rehabilitation project of 14 bridges on I-94 from County P to County F, in Waukesha County. More information about the project can be found at http://projects.511wi.gov/94bridg/.
 
More information about the US 18 project can be found at http://projects.511wi.gov/18moreland/.