111th Street Railroad Crossing Work Begins April 16

Road surface improvements will close 111th Street at crossing through April 20

Maintenance work near the 111th Street railroad crossing is scheduled to begin on Saturday, April 16 and be complete by the evening of Wednesday, April 20, pending weather and unforeseen circumstances.

Work by the Wisconsin Central/Canadian National Railroad to improve the road surface on 111th Street at the railroad tracks will require a complete closure of 111th Street at the crossing during this time. A detour will be in place and direct motorists to use 248th Avenue, 119th Street and U.S. Route 30.

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