Pleasant View Road
Last Updated: 09/11/2020
Pleasant View Road will be reconstructed from Mineral Point Road to US 14 as part of a joint project with the City of Middleton. The proposed project will include reconstruction of the existing roadway as an urban 4-lane arterial with new pavement and gravel as well as the addition of curb and gutter, a raised median, new multi-use path/sidewalk in selected areas, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main. Other improvements include new retaining walls, street lighting, pavement marking, signing, and storm water detention ponds.
Phase 1 – Timber Wolf Trail to US Highway 14
Phase 2 – Mineral Point Road to Timber Wolf Trail
City committees reviewed the project and approved the geometry at the following public meetings:
- October 24, 2018 - Transportation Commission - Introduce Project
- November 28, 2018 - Transportation Commission - Approved
- December 12, 2018 - Board of Public Works - Approved
- January 8, 2019 - Common Council - Approved
Construction Phase 1: Fall 2022 & spring/summer/fall 2023
Construction Phase 2: Earliest 2026
30% Design - Fall 2018
The 30% design for the project is complete. As part of the 30% design, roundabouts were selected by the City of Madison and Middleton at the Elderberry, Blackhawk, Greenway and Quarry intersections with Pleasant View Road. The Old Sauk Road and US 14 intersections with Mineral Point Road will remain signalized intersections. An exhibit showing the proposed street layout can be found here: Pleasant View Plans
60% Design - 2019
The 60% design for Phase 1 of the project is complete. The 60% design for Phase 2 is complete.
The 90% design for Phase 1 is underway and will continue in 2020 and 2021. During the 90% design phase, the traffic control and detour routes are determined, storm sewer pipe sizing, stormwater facilities, retaining walls, and the pedestrian bridge are all designed.
Phase 1 construction plans will be complete by February 1, 2022
Public Informational Mailer
The project team will send out a public postcard in the fall of 2020 informing residents, property owners, and businesses about the design moving forward in 2021. The real estate process will begin in 2022 for portions of the project that require real estate transactions with adjacent property owners.
Public Information Meeting #1
The City of Madison and Middleton held a public involvement meeting on Thursday, June 28, 2018 at the Middleton City Hall, 7426 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton, WI from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers. Meeting topics included the preliminary layout of the road, proposed pedestrian and bike facilities, intersection alternatives (signals vs roundabout) and the project schedule. The presentation and exhibits can be found here:
Roundabout Alternative Exhibit
Signal Alternative Exhibit