Mineral Point Road / Midvale Blvd
Last Updated 07/03/2015
Work on the Mineral Point Rd / Midvale Blvd Intersection project will begin on Monday July 6, 2015 and will include the following:
- Traffic control modifications
- Curb and gutter removals and grading
- Installation of temporary traffic signals
- Erosion control device installations
- Tree removals
- Temporary asphalt pavement
Beginning on Monday, July 6, 2015, traffic will typically be reduced to one lane in each direction at the intersection. Additionally, left turns will not be allowed at the intersection from any direction. This will last throughout the duration of the project which is expected to conclude in October. Additional Details for week of July 6:
- inside lanes will be closed on Mineral Point Rd in both directions. Midvale Blvd northbound will have the left turn lane closed and southbound will have the inside lane closed.
- Midway through week of July 6, traffic on Mineral Point Rd will be shifted to the south half of the road with one lane each direction. Midvale Blvd will have traffic shifted to the east side of the road with one lane each direction.
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.