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Posted on: November 1, 2019

Webster Avenue Opens to Vehicles, Bikes, and Pedestrians

2019-11-01 Webster Avenue


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November 1, 2019

For more information: Steven Grenier; 920-448-3097; stevengr@greenbaywi.gov

Celestine Jeffreys; 920-448-3006; celestineje@greenbaywi.gov

Webster Avenue Opens

 Green Bay, WI—Webster Avenue, from Radisson to University, will open to vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic on November 4, 2019.  Webster Avenue, from the East River to Radisson Street, was a $13.3 million project funded by the Federal Highway Administration and the City of Green Bay.  The Webster Avenue project consisted of upgrades and/or replacement of underground public utilities, and replacement of the concrete roadway.  As part of the project, twenty-four houses were purchased and removed to widen the road, which will accommodate bicycles and pedestrians.  Additionally the railroad crossing near Eastman Avenue was upgraded.  The success of the project was dependent on significant coordination with several private utilities, businesses, contractors, consultants, the Green Bay Fire Department, Green Bay Metro, Department of Public Works, and Green Bay Water Utility. 

What:            Opening of Webster Avenue, between Radisson and University

Who:             Mayor Genrich, City of Green Bay

                     Steven Grenier, Director of Public Works                          

When:           Monday, November 4, 2019, 2:30 pm

Where:         Webster Avenue, near the intersection of Harvey and North Webster

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