Mineral Point Road / Midvale Blvd

Last Updated 07/23/2015

WORK UPDATE
Traffic control remains in the stage 2 configuration and will remain this way for approximately 2-3 weeks
 
Water main, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer work will continue through this week and should be finished early next week
 
Roadway grading and electrical work will follow the underground work
 
Concrete sidewalk and curb and gutter will be poured next week
 
TRAFFIC IMPACTS
Traffic is currently shifted to the west side of Midvale Blvd and the south side of Mineral Point Rd
 
Local traffic is allowed to use the old northbound lanes of Midvale Blvd to access their homes
 
Left turns are not allowed at the intersection from any direction, however, may vehicles are still attempting left turns and causing traffic to back up unnecessarily
 
The sidewalk within the work zone on the north side of Mineral Point Rd and the east side of Midvale Blvd are closed.  Pedestrians should cross to the other side of the street at the nearest intersection.
 

Project Overview

The City of Madison is proposing to reconstruct the intersection of Midvale Blvd. and Mineral Point Rd. in 2015.  The project is scheduled to begin on July 6, 2015.  The project includes adding east and west bound left turn lanes on Mineral Point Road.  THe project also includes pavement, curb and gutter, street lighting, traffic signal, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main improvements.  A plan of the project can be found here:  Plan

The intersection of Mineral Point Road and Midvale Boulevard is scheduled to be reconstructed in 2015. Left turn lanes on east bound and west bound Mineral Point Road will be added with the project. The hill on north bound Midvale Boulevard, north of the intersection will be also be regraded with the project. Upgrades to the Storm Sewer, Sanitary Sewer, Water Main, Street Lighting and Traffic Signals will also be performed.
The city held a public information meeting to present the project and give opportunity for public input. The meeting was held on June 18, 2015 at Sequoya Library. View the presentation and handout.