Preparing preliminary and final plans to implement recommendations
from the WIS 29 Corridor Preservation Plan (2008) to
identify the improvements necessary to convert WIS 29 from an expressway to a freeway
and to restrict access elsewhere along
Recommendations were developed with the
cooperation of area residents and officials.
Constructing interchanges at County VV and County FF
Building overpasses at County U and North Pine Tree Rd.
Closing Sunlite Dr. and Woodland Rd. intersection
WIS 29 is designated as a Backbone route. The highway serves
interstate and inter-regional trips and functions as the primary route
across north-central Wisconsin, linking Green Bay with I-94 and
Current traffic volumes make WIS 29 the state’s most heavily
traveled east-west highway north of I-94. These traffic volumes also
indicate that a large amount of truck traffic travels WIS 29,
highlighting the highway’s importance to Wisconsin’s industry,
business and agriculture.
This project has been split into two projects:
Project I (Funding approved)
WIS 29/County FF intersection
- Design for converting to a
WIS 29/County FF interchange ramps - Roundabout
Golden Pond Park Ct. - Access to be relocated
intersection - Woodland Rd.
and Sunlite Dr. to be relocated to close this
intersection with WIS 29
WIS 29/Catherine Dr. - Cul-de-sac to be designed at Catherine
Dr., east of Woodland Rd./Sunlite Dr.
County FF/Golden Pond Park Ct./Navajo Trail - Roundabout
Preliminary and final design work with real estate acquisition
Construction scheduled to start fall 2013 and be completed
Funding has not been approved
WisDOT is moving forward with preparation of construction
plans to allow these improvements to be constructed as soon as
funding becomes available
Real estate acquisition will not begin on these portions of
the project until construction funding is secured
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