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The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works and Wisconsin Department of Transportation are planning to resurface North 20th Street from West North Avenue to West Hopkins Street. The existing pavement will be removed, and resurfaced with asphalt. The scope of work also includes removing and replacing curb & gutter, driveway approaches and sidewalk where necessary. Pedestrian curb ramps will be built to meet ADA compliance, and we will consider enhancements to pedestrian and bike accommodations. Drainage structures and traffic signals will also be upgraded.
- Improve pavement surface
- Make travel safe and comfortable for everyone
- Consider bike and pedestrian accommodations
- North 20th Street is Connecting HWY 57 and is classified as a minor arterial
- Average Daily Traffic Count: 9,500 vehicles
- Posted speed: 30 mph
- No existing bus routes along N. 20th Street, but cross the project at North Avenue, Center Street, Burleigh Street, and Hopkins Street
- Right of Way: 63 ft
- Roadway Width (existing and proposed): undivided 39 to 40-ft roadway
Estimated construction cost is $4 to $4.5 million dollars. Approximate Breakdown of construction costs:
- 93% covered by the State
- 7% covered by the City
We are currently in the design phase through 2022. Construction is tentatively scheduled for 2023.
The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works holds public involvement meetings to receive input and share project details with residents and businesses located in the project area.
Virtual Public Involvement Meeting #1 – January 5, 2021 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
The purpose of the 1st public meeting is to introduce the project, show feasible design options and gather community experience.
Click here to attend this meeting
If you prefer to call in (audio only), dial 414-251-0392 and enter access code 122564526#
Public Involvement Meeting #2 - 2022
Purpose: Review the proposed final design option
We want you to tell us: How do the proposed designs work for you? Do the proposed designs capture what the community wants? Are we missing anything?
Pre-Construction Meeting - Early Spring 2023
Purpose: Outline construction schedule, staging details, and address concerns of expected impacts