Expect delays on the Beltline; nighttime lane closures scheduled through summer
MADISON, Wis. — Work is scheduled to start Monday night on parts of the Beltline in Madison.
Work zones will occur between Gammon Road and Whitney Way and between Seminole Highway and Interstate 39/90, according to a release from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Nightly lane closures will occur from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. in both directions of the Beltline.
Crews will be repairing the pavement, working on ramp extensions and installing guardrails between Gammon Road and Whitney Way. This work is expected to wrap up in September, according to the release.
Crews working between Seminole Highway and I-39/90 will focus on resurfacing and repairs to the Todd Drive and U.S. 151 bridge structures. This work is expected to end in October, according to the release.
The Department of Transportation says message boards will be deployed at least three days in advance of temporary ramp closures.
MADISON: Starting Monday evening (5/20), work begins on two segments of the Madison #Beltline. Work zones will occur between Gammon Road and Whitney Way, and between Seminole Hwy and I-39/90. Plan ahead and be alert for nightly lane closures (7 p.m. to 6 a.m.) in both directions. pic.twitter.com/o4CW6Kl4Mo
— WisDOT Southwest Region (@WisDOTsouthwest) May 17, 2019
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