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Updated April 19, 2018

HIGHWAY & BRIDGE SCHEDULE REPORT – Summer 2018

Chippewa County’s list of 2018 highway construction and maintenance projects is shown below.  Please note that these dates are approximate and actual construction timeframes are subject to change.

 

2018 Construction Projects:

CTH UN (CTH P – 160th St.)  

  •            Paving 2 miles, open to local traffic
  •          Starting mid-May, 8-10 weeks

CTH M (STH 27 – CTH G North)

  •          Paving 5 miles, open to local traffic
  •          Starting mid-May, 4 weeks

CTH H (30th Ave – County Line)

  •          Reconstruct 2 miles, closed to traffic during portions of project
  •          Contractor starting grading work in summer, County paving once completed

 

Culvert Replacements for 2019 Paving Projects:

CTH M (275th Ave – Taylor County Line)

  •          Culvert replacements 3 weeks
  •          Tentatively scheduled for July

CTH Q (CTH B – CTH C)

  •          Drainage and culvert replacements 2 weeks
  •          Tentatively scheduled for August

 

2018 Bridge Projects:

CTH K Bridge (Little Drywood Creek) 

  •          Contractor starting in summer, 2 month duration
  •          Road closed, no posted detour

 

2018 Maintenance Projects:

Chip Seal the week of May 20th:

  • CTH S (Jim Falls – STH 27) 6.5 miles
  • CTH Y Bridge Decks (Jim Falls)
  • CTH SS ( Bloomer City Limits – STH 124) 5.25 miles
  • CTH O (Lake Wissota State Park – CTH K) 2.0 miles
  • CTH S (115th St. – 138th Ave in Jim Falls) 2.5 miles
  • CTH S Bridge (near The Edge) if time allows in this round of Chip Seal
  • CTH M (Holcombe “Blue Bridge”) if time allows in this round of Chip Seal

Scrub Seal starting May 29th

  • STH 178 (CTH S Roundabout – CTH Y West) 6.5 miles
  • CTH B (CTH F – CTH Q) 3.5 miles

Various County-wide bridge deck maintenance

  •          Tentatively starting at the end of April
  •          Single lane closures with portable traffic signals