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End of June 2013 - Comments due on refined designs for WIS 116
bridge in Winneconne
WisDOT welcomes project comments/suggestions. Please give us your
comments/suggestions on this project, the project goals, transportation
deficiencies, project purpose and need, and preliminary alternatives.
Thank you for your interest and assistance with this important
Submit comments at PIMs and/or other public meetings
WisDOT seeks public input on refined designs
for WIS 116 bridge in Winneconne
Note - Comments due end of June 2013
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s (WisDOT) Northeast
Region in Green Bay is seeking public input on its refined conceptual
design for the proposed WIS 116 (Main Street) bridge crossing the Wolf
River in the village of Winneconne.
In August 2012, WisDOT selected construction of a fixed bridge just
south of the existing bridge as its preferred alternative,
subsequently refining the conceptual design on the west side of the
bridge to include a boardwalk. WisDOT has also developed more specific
ideas about design of the proposed fishing piers. The piers will be
constructed at the location of the existing bridge, while not
incorporating any part of that bridge.
WisDOT has placed an exhibit showing the revised conceptual bridge
design and information about the fishing piers at the Winneconne
Village Hall, 30 S. 1st Street (one block south of Main Street on the
west side of the Wolf River).
The public is invited and encouraged to stop in, review the display
and provide comments using the forms provided.
Village Hall is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6
Comments on this stage of the design will be accepted through
the end of June 2013
The exhibit is WisDOT’s first step at coordinating with the public
on the design. Please note there will also be additional opportunities
for the public to comment on the bridge design during the 2-year