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WAUKESHA COUNTY, WI — A planned lane closure by Wisconsin Department of Transportation workers is going awry in Waukesha County after officials say it’s causing traffic backups of more than 5 miles during the Monday morning commute.

According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, a planned maintenance closure of the two left lanes of I-94 East at Moorland Road has resulted in severe traffic delays stretching more than 5 miles.

Traffic officials say the lanes are scheduled to be closed until 2 p.m. Monday.


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