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I-41 News I-41 Project traffic alerts, closures and news here. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for those who live, work or travel in NE WI. I-41 is a 200-mile stretch of highway connecting two crucial economic regions in Wisconsin: southeastern Wisconsin and the Fox Valley.
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Construction spanned over 17 miles of highway in Winnebago County from 2009-2014, and 14 miles in Brown County from 2010-2017. Construction included: traffic lanes expanded from four to six-ten lanes; 16 I-41 interchanges improved (13 interchanges completely rebuilt); 44 roundabouts added; 17 traffic cameras installed along I-41; and an eight-lane Lake Butte des Morts Causeway. The WIS 441 Tri-Cou

Construction spanned over 17 miles of highway in Winnebago County from 2009-2014, and 14 miles in Brown County from 2010-2017. Construction included: traffic lanes expanded from four to six-ten lanes; 16 I-41 interchanges improved (13 interchanges completely rebuilt); 44 roundabouts added; 17 traffic cameras installed along I-41; and an eight-lane Lake Butte des Morts Causeway. The WIS 441 Tri-Cou

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You are invited to attend a public hearing for the I-41 Project from WIS 96 (Wisconsin Avenue) in Outagamie County to Co...
07/21/2021

You are invited to attend a public hearing for the I-41 Project from WIS 96 (Wisconsin Avenue) in Outagamie County to County F (Scheuring Road) in Brown County. There will be three opportunities to attend the public hearing —one held virtually
online and two in-person. For more information, visit: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/projects/by-region/ne/i41/default.aspx

You are invited to attend a public hearing for the I-41 Project from WIS 96 (Wisconsin Avenue) in Outagamie County to County F (Scheuring Road) in Brown County. There will be three opportunities to attend the public hearing —one held virtually
online and two in-person. For more information, visit: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/projects/by-region/ne/i41/default.aspx

04/02/2021

Gusty winds, low humidity and dry conditions will create an elevated fire danger this afternoon. ATV/UTV drivers, and other off-road vehicle operators should use caution.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
11/23/2020

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Be alert for deer on roadways. More than 18,000 deer/vehicle crashes were reported in Wisconsin in 2019. If you hit a deer:

1. Get your vehicle safely off the road if possible. .
2. Contact law enforcement, be prepared to provide your specific location.
3. Stay buckled-up inside your vehicle and wait for help to arrive. Getting out of your vehicle and walking around a highway is always dangerous.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
11/11/2020

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

GET A LOAD OF THIS: At 24 total axles, 156 tires on the ground, 280-feet-long and nearly 700,000 lbs., this mega-load containing a large energy tower, is set to arrive at the Husky Superior Refinery this morning. The convoy of vehicles and crew of 17 people left Oklahoma City on October 25. They traveled more than 1,600 miles, through six states, at a max speed of 35 mph to deliver the load. WisDOT staff in the oversize overweight permit section have been planning for this delivery for more than a year. Executing a shipment of this size is an example of great teamwork between WisDOT, private industry and municipal partners to safely and efficiently bring goods into Wisconsin. It’s the second-largest load ever to enter the state.

Vote now!  The Winneconne Bridge is up for a national transportation award. Collaboration among all levels of government...
09/25/2020
WIS 116 Winneconne Bridge Replacement Project, Wisconsin

Vote now! The Winneconne Bridge is up for a national transportation award. Collaboration among all levels of government, community, businesses and residents made this project successful. Many thanks to all involved! Click here to vote DAILY: https://transportationawards.secure-platform.com/a/gallery/rounds/23/details/2662. And watch this enlightening video about the bridge: https://youtu.be/5f-YyziLkZc

In 2020, America’s Transportation Awards recognized the WIS 116 Wolf River Bridge replacement project in Winneconne, Wisconsin as an innovative community inv...

Want to learn more and provide input on the proposed I-41 Project between Appleton and De Pere? Join us for our second O...
09/17/2020

Want to learn more and provide input on the proposed I-41 Project between Appleton and De Pere? Join us for our second ONLINE public involvement meeting on Wednesday, September 23 at 5 p.m. To access meeting, visit: https://bit.ly/I41_PIM2.

Beginning on Monday, July 13, WIS 441/US 10 between Telulah Avenue and Racine Road, crews will be repairing concrete joi...
07/13/2020

Beginning on Monday, July 13, WIS 441/US 10 between Telulah Avenue and Racine Road, crews will be repairing concrete joints.
Various lanes will be closed during repairs. Motorists are urged to slow down and be mindful of workers in construction zones.

06/26/2020
05/13/2020
I-41 Project Public Involvement Meeting

Reminder: Tonight is the first I-41 Project public involvement meeting beginning at 5 p.m. To access the meeting, please visit: https://bit.ly/I41_PIM1.

Public Involvement Meeting to introduce the proposed I-41 Project from WIS 96 (Wisconsin Avenue) in Appleton to County F (Scheuring Road) in De Pere, WI. For...

Interested in the proposed I-41 Project between Appleton and De Pere? Join us for our first ONLINE  public involvement m...
05/07/2020

Interested in the proposed I-41 Project between Appleton and De Pere? Join us for our first ONLINE public involvement meeting on Wednesday, May 13 at 5 p.m. To access meeting, visit: https://bit.ly/I41_PIM1.

I-41 News
05/07/2020

I-41 News

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
04/22/2020

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Work zone crashes are far too common in Wisconsin, with more than 13,700 during the last five years. April 20-24 is National Work Zone Awareness week. Remember, work zone safety is everyone’s responsibility. If you’re on the road for essential travel, please slow down, be alert, obey crews and signs and give workers space. If we all focus on driving safely, together we can reduce the number of work zone crashes and deaths in Wisconsin. #SafeWorkZonesForAll #NWZAW https://bit.ly/2020WZAW

I-41 bridge improvements over Gillett Street and CN Railroad begins Saturday, 4/11.  Drivers can expect local road closu...
04/10/2020

I-41 bridge improvements over Gillett Street and CN Railroad begins Saturday, 4/11. Drivers can expect local road closures and long-term single lane closure on I-41. For project details and traffic impacts, visit:
https://projects.511wi.gov/41bridges/

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
03/23/2020

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

REST AREAS REMAIN OPEN: To support truckers as they make critical shipments of medical supplies, groceries and other equipment, WisDOT is keeping its 28 rest areas open. Weight enforcement facilities in Beloit, Kenosha, Madison, Sparta and Superior also remain open to provide truckers with all-hours parking, access to restrooms and vending. More info: https://bit.ly/RA_open

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
03/19/2020

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

It's the first day of spring. Despite the evolving public health situation, be mindful of the weather moving through our state today. If you must leave your house, make sure your vehicle's windshield wipers are in good shape, with adequate washer fluid. Make sure your tires are properly inflated. As always, monitor 511wi.gov for road conditions.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
03/18/2020

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

All Wisconsin DMV offices will be closed on Friday, March 20 to conduct a deep clean and modify public spaces for social distancing.

When DMV service centers reopen Monday, March 23, in-person visits will be limited to issuing new driver licenses and identification cards by appointment only. Start online: wisconsindmv.gov/DLGuide

All vehicle-related tasks can be done online at wisconsindmv.gov, by mail or through our third-party partners.

DMV is also implementing temporary changes to other services:

-Driver licenses and CDLs that expire during this public health emergency will be automatically extended 60 days. Late fees will be waived. Law enforcement will be aware of the extension and that the driver license is valid.

-All driver skills tests are being cancelled as of March 18 until further notice.

-Customers are being notified that Administrative Suspension hearings will be offered by phone or paper, not in-person.

For more information on these changes, go here: http://bit.ly/WIDMVclosure

Full ramp closure on Wednesday! Please plan ahead if use the northbound WIS 441 on-ramp from County OO.
03/03/2020

Full ramp closure on Wednesday! Please plan ahead if use the northbound WIS 441 on-ramp from County OO.

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
02/10/2020

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

GET THE NEW APP: 511 Wisconsin has a new, upgraded mobile app for Apple and Android devices. You’ll continue to get updated winter road conditions, travel times, incident alerts, road construction info and traffic cameras. The new “My Routes” feature gives you personalized notifications of real-time incidents. “Drive Mode” will allow you to operate hands-free with audible alerts. Support for the previous app ends tomorrow. Download the new app today!

01/17/2020
Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

As winter weather moves our way, watch for icy patches on bridges and overpasses. These areas often freeze up faster than adjacent road surfaces.

Have you made any #NewYearsResolutions? We have some suggestions. WisDOT New Year’s Resolution #1: Put down the phone an...
01/03/2020

Have you made any #NewYearsResolutions? We have some suggestions. WisDOT New Year’s Resolution #1: Put down the phone and #justdrive

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
12/18/2019

Wisconsin Department of Transportation

DYK: Frost tubes are used by highway workers in every Wisconsin county to determine how deep the frost is beneath the road. Once the frost depth hits 18 inches, a frozen road declaration is made, enabling increased weight limits for certain commercial truck loads.

The state’s frozen road law takes effect Thursday, Dec. 19 in the northern half of Wisconsin. The frozen road determination for the southern portion of the state will be made once the frost is deep enough. To see how frost depth is measured, check out this video: https://youtu.be/cGvOoYYKAS0

We're hiring! WisDOT Northeast Region is recruiting for the following positions: 🚦Independent Assurance Program Speciali...
12/12/2019

We're hiring! WisDOT Northeast Region is recruiting for the following positions:
🚦Independent Assurance Program Specialist - https://bit.ly/34bXcEX
🚦Traffic Signal Systems Specialist - https://bit.ly/2RVRNQf

TONIGHT (FRI): WB US 10 between Oneida St & Appleton Rd will be CLOSED from 9 p.m., Friday to 8 a.m., Saturday to place ...
12/06/2019

TONIGHT (FRI): WB US 10 between Oneida St & Appleton Rd will be CLOSED from 9 p.m., Friday to 8 a.m., Saturday to place an overhead message board. 🚧

US National Weather Service Green Bay Wisconsin
12/01/2019

US National Weather Service Green Bay Wisconsin

Snow, which is expected to be heavy at times with snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour and reduce visibilities down to around a quarter of a mile less, will continue into the afternoon. The snow will gradually come to an end late this afternoon or this evening. Gusty east to northeast winds will create areas of blowing and drifting snow. The highest additional snowfall totals are expected across far northeast Wisconsin.

Happy Thanksgiving!
11/28/2019

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Thought you might like this video about road construction....
It’s so great having 441-10 open fully from Oneida to CB! Thanks for years of hard work!
Its great news that the Highway will be fully open by Friday, But where are all the street lights? I see that all the electrical was done but the pillars are still capped off. Was there a change of plans? or is this one of the items move to spring due to the weather?
When is the speed limit on 441/10 expected to return to 65 mph, which is what it was prior to construction? Thank you.
Are there future plans to upgrade the north end intersection with 41/441. Make it more like the 10/41/441 interchange?
Why does it look like there is no off ramp being constructed going east on 10 at Midway Rd?
I just noticed the eastbound on-ramp at Oneida is scheduled for closure long term beginning Tuesday July 7. Will the eastbound on-ramp at Appleton Rd be open by then?
Are there any future plans to change the north end of 441 at 41 to allow higher speed traffic flow? The exit ramp for 41 south onto 441 is awfully tight (to south 41 isn't much better) and tends to slow down right hand lane traffic on 41 south. Ballard could use a much longer merge lane for 41 south too.
What is still going as construction/landscaping next too west 10 at 41 interchange?
Drove through a portion of the DDI, very nice. One concern though is people turning right on red coming off of 10/441 - might need some extra signage or higher visibility to the NO TURN ON RED. Also, when heading west on 10 right after the bridge where the roadway is so much higher than east bound, will there be guard rails eventually installed?? Thanks, keep up the great work.
Time to update your aerial photo of the new interchange now that it is done for the most part.
When is the whole 441 construction estimated finish date?