Last Updated: 03/24/2017

Construction Update
Work this week -

  • Maintained project traffic control, including the full closure & detour of High Point Road
  • Completed excavation of the south abutment area
  • Completed the north abutment footing
  • Continued storm sewer operations
  • Continued construction of the median pier cap
  • Started fill placement for south approach

Work scheduled for the next week - 

  • Continue construction of new median pier cap
  • Continue storm sewer operations
  • Continue fill placement for south approach
  • Start construction of north abutment body
  • Start pile driving operations for south abutment

Traffic impacts -  

  • High Point Road remains closed, with traffic utilizing posted detour
  • Anticipate USH 12/14 (Beltline) eastbound median lane closures around High Point jobsite to provide access while placing concrete for moving equipment.  

Project Description:

The proposed project is a Wisconsin DOT bridge replacement project that will replace the existing bridge carrying High Point Road over US 12/14 (West Beltline Highway) and reconstruct 0.26 miles of High Point Road between Goldenrod Lane and D’onofrio Drive.  High Point Road will be widened to accommodate two lanes of traffic plus a bike lane in each direction.   Sidewalk will be constructed along both sides of High Point Road, including the west side of the road between the bridge and D’onofrio Drive where none currently exists.  
South High Point Road will be closed to traffic from Watts Road To D’onofrio Drive for the duration of the project.
Contact information -
The project field office is located in an office building at 579 D’Onofrio Drive, Suite 3 on the Ground Floor, (far east end of building).
Business and property owners can contact the on-site Project Leader Jon Maxwell at 608.963.4539, email:, or the WisDOT Project Manager David Layton at 608.246.3821, email:

For more information regarding traffic impacts and highway improvement projects in
Wisconsin, please visit the following:

The Department of Transportation’s 511 website:

The project is scheduled to begin February 6, 2017 and last until September 1, 2017