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WEST BURLEIGH STREET BRIDGES OVER THE MENOMONEE RIVER REHABILITATION PROJECT

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Department of Public Works will conduct a rehabilitation project of the West Burleigh Street Bridges over the Menomonee River. The works consists of replacing the bridge decks, sidewalks and roadway approaches, painting the steel girders, upgrading storm sewer relays and installing new street lights from Menomonee River Parkway to the City of Milwaukee limits. Once completed, the roadway will provide for an 8-foot multi-use path on the south side of West Burleigh Street. 

WHAT TO EXPECT DURING CONSTRUCTION

To minimize how construction will impact residents, businesses, and the traveling public, the rehabilitation project will be split into two stages: 

Stage 1: The north side of Burleigh Street will be closed for construction. One lane of traffic in each direction will be provided on the south side of the street. Pedestrian access shall be maintained on the south side of the street. 

Stage 2: The south side of Burleigh Street will be closed for construction. One lane of traffic in each direction will be provided on the north side of the street. Pedestrian access shall be maintained on the north side of the street. 

Driveway Access: City staff and the contractor will work to minimize the amount of time any driveway access is restricted. 

Bus Route: #60 will maintain its regular route and schedule within the work zone. Unanticipated stop alterations will be signed to redirect passengers as needed. 

Parking: On-street parking is not allowed. 

Construction Hours: Work is allowed from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 


PROJECT CONTACTS

Lynn Des Jardins Construction Supervisor ldesja@milwaukee.gov 414-708-3885
Megan O'Connor Support for Business Liaison moconnor@milwaukee.gov 414-708-1433

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Start: May 2019
Completion: End of November 2019
*All work is weather dependent and subject to change 


Project Overview
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