Concrete pouring on 67 this week

With work halted on State 23 due to a federal judge’s ruling, the State 67 road project in the city of Plymouth is still the only state road project in progress in the county, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) regional office in Green Bay.

If weather permits, crews are scheduled to begin concrete pavement first thing this week on that project. Once mainline concrete pavement is placed, crews will prepare for concrete hand pours and curb and gutter. Concrete pours should continue all week.

Last week, the final connection of the water main and the remaining storm sewer work in the Caroline and Mill Street intersection was completed. The grading crew completed the grading and placing of base material for Stage 1 mainline pavement, through the Caroline and Mill Street intersection. Trimming the base material for concrete pavement was to be completed by week’s end.

The 0.84-mile, $3.18-million urban reconstruction project from the Mullet River to Suhrke Road in the city of Plymouth is scheduled for completion in November.

This project involves reconstruction of State 67 from the Mullet River to Suhrke Road, resurfacing and repairs to the Mullet River Bridge, and water utility, storm sewer and sanitary sewer reconstruction along with new concrete pavement.

State 67 will be closed to through traffic during construction. Access to local businesses and properties will be maintained. The following detours for each stage are:

Stage one, through late June: State 67 is closed from the Mullet River bridge to a point immediately west of the County C and Caroline Street intersection. Traffic is detoured using the following route: State 67 north, County PP east, County E north, County C west to North Street (right), Main Street (left) to State 67 (Caroline Street) and reverse for State 67 south.

Stage two, from late June through November: State 67 will be closed from a point immediately west of the County C and Caroline Street intersection to Suhrke Road. Traffic will be detoured using County C and State 23.

Motorists are advised to use caution and remain alert when driving through any work zone.


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