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The Green Bay Public Works Department is announcing temporary lane closures for the North Webster Avenue utility improvement and signal repair project. The affected roadway segment is from the East River to Radisson Street. The project includes reconstructing sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water main, and Radisson St signals.
Work begins Monday, October 8 and is expected to finish by the end of the year with some signal work occurring in the spring of 2019.
Stage 1 (East River to University Ave). Full segment closure with detour signed along Main St, Monroe Ave, and University Ave. Expect daytime single lane closures on eastbound University Avenue. The two eastbound lanes of University Avenue may be closed between 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. Work is anticipated to last up to 7 weeks.
Stage 2 (University Ave intersection). Full intersection closure with detour signed along N Webster Ave, Radisson St, and N Quincy St. Work is anticipated to last up to 1 week. Stages 1 and 2 may occur concurrently.
Stage 3 (University Ave to Harvey St). Full intersection closure with detour signed along N Webster Ave, Radisson St, and N Quincy St. Work is anticipated to last up to 10 working days.
Stage 4 (Harvey St to Radisson St). Full segment closure with detour signed along N Webster Ave, Radisson St, and N Quincy St. Limited access to residents and businesses to be provided with 1 lane of traffic in each direction. Alley access will be closed.
Stage 5 (Radisson St intersection). Lane closures may occur with detour signed along N Webster Ave, Radisson St, and N Quincy St.
Access to residences and businesses will be maintained at all times except during construction activities that directly impact driveways. All lane restrictions and work operations are weather dependent and subject to change.
Motorists should anticipate backups, use caution while driving through the work zone, and are encouraged to find alternate routes.
If you have any questions, please contact the Traffic Division of the Department of Public Works at 920-448-3100.