I-94 construction in Kenosha County done — until 2018

/Contributed photo

/Contributed photo

Local government and economic development officials and Wisconsin Department of Transportation representatives gathered Thursday at the Kenosha Area Visitor Information Center to celebrate the completion of the Kenosha County segment of the  I-94 North/South reconstruction project.

The next phase of Kenosha work is scheduled for 2018. The plan is to have 8 lanes of traffic (4 lanes in each direction) along the entire 35-mile corridor of I-94 from south of Milwaukee to the state line. The lane expansion has been completed in most of Kenosha County from the state line to just north of the Highway 142 Interchange.

At the ribbon cuttting ceremony Thursday, Sec. Mark Gottlieb said:

“A lot the commerce and industry and tourism of our state travels through this freeway system in Southeast Wisconsin.”….“The folks that work in our department on these project have really earned a great reputation for great public involvement, for working closely with the local communities, for designing quality projects, building quality projects and building them on time and on budget. So it’s always a great pleasure for me to be able to come out and join a local community in the celebration like this. “


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