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The Highway 20 road resurfacing project will begin in mid-June from West Boulevard to Marquette Street.

The project also includes installing new curb ramps, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. During the construction project, motorists will only be able to use eastbound traffic.

The project is expected to be completed sometime in October.

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • During Stage 4, eastbound traffic will be detoured between 12th Street and 13th Street around construction via 13th Street and WIS 32. Throughout the project, westbound traffic will be detoured around construction via Main Street > 14th Street > WIS 32 > 16th Street > West Boulevard.
  • Construction activities will be completed in four stages
  • Bus routes will be affected during construction. Please contact the City of Racine Transit at (262) 637-9000 for route updates during construction.
Source: WisDOT

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Also, if you are looking for summer fun, check out Kraut Music Fest, which is set for June 8, 9, and 10.

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