Wisconsin Department of Transportation

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WIS 35 (Tower Avenue) Reconstruction Project
Superior, Douglas County

View NW, WIS 35 (Tower Ave.) Reconstruction Project location.
Map key - Thick orange line is the project overview/location. Blue tear drop with dot in center is the project limit.
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Tower Avenue is now open! Project is essentially completed for this year. Final landscaping will be done next spring. WisDOT thanks you for your patience during this project.

Project Location

Tower Avenue (WIS 35), Belknap to North 3rd Street, in Superior, in Douglas County.

Project Overview

WisDOT has reconstructed approximately one mile of Tower Avenue (WIS 35) in the city of Superior - Douglas County, from Belknap to North 3rd Street this spring.

Tower Avenue (WIS 35), is a principal artery on the National Highway System. This long truck route connects to I-535, US 53 and US 2.

This project will provide safe and efficient roadway to the motoring public, local traffic and pedestrians. The highway has not been reconstructed since 1935.

Chippewa Concrete was the prime contractor with a project bid of about $14 million.

Promote your business during construction

Come In We're Open sign

Is your business located within mile of the WisDOT construction zone for this project? If so, help your business not only survive, but thrive, during the construction project. Promote your business by uploading your business information to our business listing website.


Construction Complete

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WisDOT Northwest Region Office, nwr.dtsd@dot.wi.gov
Last modified: October 30, 2013

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