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I-43 North-South Corridor - Environmental documents
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The Federal Highway Administration, in cooperation with WisDOT, will prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for proposed improvements in the I-43 corridor and adjacent interchanges in Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties. The purpose of the study is to address emerging pavement and structural needs, safety issues and design deficiencies while identifying methods to accommodate existing and projected future traffic volumes.
This may result in the full reconstruction and redesign of the I-43 corridor as well a potential new interchange at Highland Road. The EIS will evaluate the I-43 freeway corridor from I-43 at Silver Spring Drive on the south to I-43 at WIS 60 on the north, approximately 14 miles in length.
The EIS will also evaluate the service interchanges and adjacent arterial roads in Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties, including the following service interchanges:
- Silver Spring Drive
- Good Hope Road
- WIS 100/Brown Deer Road
- Partial interchange northbound to Port Washington Road
- Southbound from County Line Road
- WIS 167/Mequon Road
- County C
- WIS 60
Understand WisDOT's structured approach to analyzing impacts of the proposed transportation project and its alternatives by viewing the impact methodologies.
WisDOT projects and construction sometimes change the natural environment around a project area. To minimize the effects of road construction and development WisDOT works to reduce change to the natural environment and leads several efforts to restore project areas.
I-43 North-South Corridor Project Team, email@example.com
Last modified: September 5, 2013
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