Road construction

Highway K, west of Green Bay Road, open again

Kenosha County has announced that, after a delay due to work on a railroad crossing that took longer than expected, that Highway K (60th Street) west of Green Bay Road, is open again.

The whole announcement from the county follows:
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116th Street in Pleasant Prairie to close for Wednesday

Pleasant Prairie has released the following info about a road closure in effect for tomorrow:

“A single day closure of 116th Street between 22nd and 23rd Avenues is expected to take place on Wednesday, September 5, between 8:00 a.m. and the mid-evening hours. During that time, through traffic will not be possible between 22nd and 23rd Avenues on 116th Street. Access to 22nd Avenue will be available off of 116th Street from Sheridan Road, and access to 23rd Avenue will be available off of 116th Street from 39th Avenue. The closure will allow for the installation of a drainage culvert in the area. Signage has been posted at the location notifying travelers and property owners in the area of the upcoming closure, which is expected to last for one day. The closure date is subject to change based on weather conditions and other unforeseeable events.”

Railroad crossing at Highway E east of H set for work

The Kenosha County Department of Public Works announces scheduled work to improve the Canadian Pacific Railroad crossing located on Highway E, approximately 0.5 miles east of  Highway H, in Somers.

The Canadian Pacific Railroad Company will be reconstructing the existing crossing on Highway E. The project is scheduled to begin on Monday, Aug. 13, and be completed on Thursday, Aug. 16. Highway E will be closed to through traffic between Highway H and Highway EA. Access will be provided to all residences and businesses. A posted detour route will be in place.