Two miles of Hwy. 57 to be closed through mid-July

Diamond grinding project will require full lane closures on Saukville stretch
By 
KRISTYN HALBIG ZIEHM
Ozaukee Press staff

If you drive on Highway 57 between Saukville and Fredonia, prepare to take a detour in the coming weeks.

  Payne and Dolan Inc. will diamond grind the pavement and make other repairs beginning Monday, June 6.

Weather permitting, the $1.5 million project is expected to be completed on July 18.

During that time, southbound traffic will be detoured onto Highway W and then Highway 33 to the I-43 southbound on-ramp in Saukville.

Northbound traffic will follow Highway 33 to Highway W, then head north to Highway 57.

The work is considered a “roadway preservation project” by the Department of Transportation.

In addition to diamond grinding, the two-mile project entails base patching, shoulder improvements, replacement of the beam guards and repairs to the median crossovers.

For more information, visit 511wi.gov.

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