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WIS 116 Wolf River Bridge (village of Winneconne) - Maps

Project location

WIS 116 (Main St.), intersection of Main/3rd St. to the intersection of Main St./9th Ave., in the village of Winneconne, in Winnebago County.

Map key - Thick orange line is the project overview/location. Blue tear drop with dot in center is the project boundary.
View NE, WIS 116 Wolf River Bridge and Approaches Corridor in a larger map.

Oct. 9, 2013 - Public hearing

  • Alternatives eliminated from consideration in Feb. 2011
  • Alternatives eliminated from consideration in May 2012
  • Alternative 2 Fixed bridge (Preferred Alternative), photo enhancement
  • Alternative 2 Fixed bridge
  • Typical sections
  • Bridge plan and elevation views
  • Fishing platform plan and elevation views
  • Project overview
  • Plan and profile view

Feb. 24, 2011 - PIM, Final alternatives

  • Alternative 2, fixed WIS 116
  • Alternative 2, moveable WIS 116
  • Alternative 3, fixed WIS 116
  • Alternative 3, moveable WIS 116
  • Temporary north bridge
  • Temporary south bridge

May 26, 2010 - PIM, Preliminary alternatives

  • Preliminary alternative 1 - New bridge south of existing
  • Preliminary alternative 2 - New bridge south of existing
  • Preliminary alternative 3 - New bridge at existing
  • Preliminary alternative 4 - New bridge north of existing
  • Preliminary alternative 5 - New bridge north of existing
  • Preliminary alternative 6 - Long term bridge rehabilitation

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Last modified: November 4, 2013

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