WEST VILLARD AVENUE BRIDGE
OVER LINCOLN CREEK PARKWAY
REHABILITATION PROJECT 

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  • OVERVIEW
  • PROJECT SCHEDULE
  • COMMUNITY MEETINGS & DOCUMENTS
  • YOUR FEEDBACK & COMMENTS
  • CONTACT US 

OVERVIEW

The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) are planning a rehabilitation project to improve West Villard Avenue Bridge over Lincoln Creek Parkway, which was constructed in 1955. About 6,400 vehicles travel on this bridge per day. 

The proposed work will consist of removing the bridge deck and replacing it, reconstructing about 100 feet of the roadway approach with concrete on each side, and replacing the bridge railings. Once completed, the roadway will have a shared driving and bike lane and parking lane in each direction. 

The existing bridge deck will be removed and constructed in two stages to keep West Villard Avenue open for one way traffic during construction. 

FUNDING

Estimated cost is $2,460,400. The bridge structure and limited portion of the roadway impacted by the construction of the bridge will be funded 80% with Federal aid and 20% by the City of Milwaukee. There are no assessments to property owners. 

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PROJECT SCHEDULE

The project was shelved in 2013 when construction funding was unavailable. It was re-activated in 2019 to continue the final design phase and proceed with construction. Construction is scheduled for 2021. 

COMMUNITY MEETINGS & DOCUMENTS

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 #2 - November 13, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The second public involvement meeting was held at Lincoln Park Blatz Upper Pavilion, 1301 West Hampton Avenue. 7 people attended the open house to share their thoughts and ideas on the proposed design. Attendees were able to submit comment cards and meet with DPW representatives to ask questions or provide input. 

Public Involvement Meeting #1 - February 21, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The first public involvement meeting was held at Silver Spring Elementary School, located at 5131 North Green Bay Avenue. 


 

 









 

 

PROJECT CONTACTS

Samuel Medhin, Project Manager
samuel.medhin@milwaukee.gov
414-286-0474

Megan O'Connor, Project Liaison
moconnor@milwaukee.gov
414-708-1433
 

 

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