Taylor Drive path work to begin

Starting in April, construction will begin on the Taylor Drive multiuse pathway in the city of Sheboygan, which will run from Crocker Avenue north to connect into the existing trail system located at Taylor Park.

For a good portion of the summer, the northerly right lane of Taylor Drive will be shut down - in addition to other lane shifts - to allow for the safety of the construction workers. Lunda Construction Corp. is the prime contractor on the project.

The Taylor Drive project nearly culminates the funding the county received to promote and improve non-motorized transportation options throughout the county.

To date, the Non-motorized Transportation Pilot Program has funded projects in nearly every village and city in the county. All told, more than 14 miles of sidewalk, nearly 60 miles of bike lanes and/or routes, more than 16 miles of multi-use pathways, and more than 22 miles of paved shoulders have been installed throughout the county through the project.

Some of the more prominent projects to date NOMO has entirely funded or partially funded include: the conversion of the dilapidated rail line through Sheboygan into the Shoreland 400 Rail Trail; Mueller Road paved shoulders in the town of Sheboygan; numerous segments in Sheboygan Falls; numerous segments in Plymouth; South Main Street in Cedar Grove; County O in the town of Sheboygan; Eisner Avenue in Sheboygan; and numerous segments in Howards Grove.

Please contact the Sheboygan Planning and Conservation Department with any questions at 920-459-3060.

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