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WIS 15 (US 45-Lily of the Valley Dr.) Expansion
New London, Hortonville and Greenville, in Outagamie County
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WIS 15, US 45 to Lily of the Valley Dr., in New London, Hortonville and Greenville, in Outagamie County.
- Expand 11 miles of WIS 15 to a 4-lane divided highway bypassing village of Hortonville. This project will increase safety, enhance economic development and lower transportation costs in the region.
- Roundabouts are planned at the two locations, one on each side of Hortonville, where proposed bypass meets existing WIS 15.
- WIS 15 is a busy commuter route between New London and Fox Cities
area. WisDOT studied WIS 15 to determine the best way to provide
additional roadway capacity and improve operational efficiency and
- Insufficiencies in roadway structure, as well as geometric and intersection design, are creating an increased number of safety issues.
- Capacity must be added to serve existing and forecasted traffic volumes. Heavy congestion is expected by 2025 if WIS 15 is not expanded.
- WIS 15 to be expanded to 4-lane divided highway.
- At-grade intersections to be constructed at the two points where the proposed bypass meets existing WIS 15.
- WisDOT evaluated several corridor alternatives and selected the preferred corridor June 2007.
- Project cost estimated at $139.5 million.
- Design work with real estate acquisition schedule to start in 2014 and construction scheduled for late 2018.
- Study completed 2009.
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