New ramps reopening near Zoo Interchange ahead of morning commuteThe Zoo Interchange has been an area in a constant state of change since the project started several years ago. Although we are still a couple years away from completion, drivers will continue to see new traffic patterns and new ramps closing and reopening around the core of the interchange. A new traffic switch is in place along I-894 north.
The I-94 North-South Freeway Project stretches some 35 miles between the Mitchell Interchange in Milwaukee through Racine and Kenosha counties to the Illinois state line. The project will expand the interstate to four lanes when completed and will help ease delays for travelers heading to and away from Milwaukee. Ryan Rd. is one area in the project that will undergo several changes over the next year.
National Ave. on ramp to I-894 south set to reopen ahead of morning commuteThe Zoo Interchange has been an area in a constant state of change since the project started several years ago. Although we are still a couple years away from completion drivers will continue to see ramps open and close along the I-894/41 southbound route. Starting this morning at 5 a.m. the National Ave. on ramp to I-894 SB will reopen following a two month long closure for ramp reconstruction.
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