Roberts freeway interchange project completed
The Roberts interchange at Interstate 94/Highway 65 was completed today, according to a press release from the WisDOT’s Northwest Region.
The $24.8 million project began in April 2012 and was finished on schedule.
A diamond interchange was built with rounadabouts at the ramp terminals. Two miles of I-94 was also reconstructed toward Hudson.
“Motorists will now find a nicer driving surface, as well as a safer interchange with longer off-ramps and roundabouts to keep traffic flowing smoother at the ramp terminals,” Northwest Region Director Don Gutkowski said in a press release. “We know this has been a significant project in the area for the past two constructions seasons and we are pleased to have all lands of traffic open on both the interstate and Highway 65.”
According to Chris Ouellette, regional communication manager of the Wis-DOT for the northwest region, motorists may see workers cleaning up materials along the roadway today and Monday, but by Monday, Nov. 4, all barrels, traffic control signs and constructions signs should be gone.