Highway 32 and 165 Intersection Improvements

Intersection Improvements Begin at Highway 32 and 165
Posted on 06/01/2022
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is improving the intersection of State Trunk Highway 32 (Sheridan Road) and State Trunk Highway 165 (104th Street) in the Village of Pleasant Prairie. The improvement project started today, Wednesday, June 1, and closed the intersection to through traffic. The closure is expected to last until the end of September 2022. Construction crews will maintain access for residents, school bus traffic, and emergency vehicles throughout the project.
 
The intersection improvements involve resurfacing the deteriorated pavement in the construction area and providing traffic signals, updated signage, and turn lanes at the intersection. Work zone message boards are active, and a detour route has been established. Those traveling through the area will be detoured along State Trunk Highway 158 (52nd Street), State Trunk Highway 31 (Green Bay Road), and Russell Road as an alternate north and south route. 
 
The scheduled completion date for the work is weather dependent. If work is completed ahead of schedule, the road will reopen accordingly. Drivers in the project area are asked to abide by construction signage and drive with great care, patience, and thoughtful attention while this work is being completed. 

See Project Notice here.

Detour map:
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