WisDOT Hosting Public Involvement Meeting on Proposed Improvements to WIS 105
Wisconsin Department of Transportation Hosting Public Involvement Meeting on Proposed Improvements to WIS 105
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is holding an in-person and offering a virtual public involvement opportunity to seek public input on proposed improvements to WIS 105. We invite you to view the project materials, including a comment form, handouts and other information on the project design website at https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/projects/by-region/nw/wis105/default.aspx. We encourage you to review the materials and submit comments by email or mail to project staff.
You may attend the following in-person meeting for questions and open discussion during scheduled time:
When: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 23, 2023.
A short presentation is planned for 5:15 p.m.
Where: Oliver Village Hall, 2125 E. State St., Superior, WI 54880
WisDOT is in the process of preliminary design investigation for a proposed roadway improvement of WIS 105. The proposed project length is 4.7 miles, extending from the Minnesota/Wisconsin state line bridge to WIS 35 (Tower Avenue). Construction is tentatively scheduled to start in late August 2024 and continue in the spring/summer of 2025. Proposed project work on WIS 105 includes:
● Repairing the road core in spot locations of settlement.
● Repairing select culverts.
●Some temporary limited easements, or TLEs, will be needed to complete this work.
● Making spot curb and gutter repairs in the village of Oliver.
● Upgrading or installing curb ramps at pedestrian crossings in the city of Superior.
● Milling and overlaying the parking lanes in the city of Superior with asphalt.
● Milling the existing asphalt pavement, including intersections, followed by overlaying the road with asphalt.
During construction in 2024, WIS 105 will be detoured to repair the roadway in spot locations of settlement. (Click here for project fact sheet). During construction in 2025, WIS 105 will remain open to traffic; however, traffic motorists might encounter lane closures controlled by flagging. Delays should be expected when traveling the work zone, especially during commuting hours. Access to properties during construction will be maintained by may be by alternative routes.
Questions or comments can be submitted to the following by Friday, March 31, 2023:
Adam Hogquist – Project Leader Stephanie King, PE – Project Manager
Wisconsin Department of Transportation Wisconsin Department of Transportation
1701 N. 4th St. 1701 N. 4th St.
Superior, WI 54880 Superior, WI 54880
(715) 305-3040 (715) 392-7874