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US 10/WIS 441 (County CB-Oneida St.) Expansion - History

Note - This site is for reference purposes only. For the most current info. visit http://us41wisconsin.gov/wis441/.

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Safety study - Improvements investigated

Based on a safety study of US 10/WIS 441 that was completed in 2007, additional short-term and long-term improvements along the corridor were recently investigated.

Short-term improvements along US 10/WIS 441 that were included in a 2010 improvement project are:

  • Auxiliary lanes along both sides of US 10/WIS 441 between County P and County AP
  • Improvements to the US 10/WIS 441 westbound on-ramp at County P interchange
  • Flattening of some steep slopes within the County P interchange
  • Improvements to overhead signing
  • Upgrading of impact attenuators at some sign bridges

Long-term improvements that were investigated as part of the renewed study include:

  • Flattening the sharp horizontal curves along US 10/WIS 441 between County P and County AP
  • Possibility of using roundabouts rather than signalized intersections within the County P, County AP, WIS 47, and Oneida St. interchanges

Long-range study

WisDOT completed a long-range study looking at the expansion of US 10/WIS 441 in 2004.

Long-range study included evaluating of the impacts of expanding US 10/WIS 441 from four to six lanes and upgrading interchanges between County CB and Oneida St. The construction of a second parallel bridge across Little Lake Butte Des Morts was also included in the study.

Although it was not part of the main corridor, the 3-mile section of US 41 from the County II (Winchester Rd.) interchange to the County BB (Prospect Ave.) interchange was also included in the study.


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