The 14th Street Bridge work continues in Sheboygan and is on schedule for completion by November.
The bridge construction began July 6 for work on the entire bridge deck and several of the girders.
The official detour around the project will use Erie Avenue, Kohler Memorial Drive, Taylor Drive, and Indiana Avenue to the west of 14th Street.
The project is expected to re-open by early November.
WIS 28 (14th Street) Bridge in Sheboygan County
To Close For Construction
Bridge deck to be replaced this summer/fall
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) northeast region office in Green Bay is announcing upcoming bridge construction at the WIS 28 (14th Street) Bridge over the Sheboygan River in Sheboygan County. The construction will impact vehicle, pedestrian and marine traffic. The work involves replacement of the 14th Street Bridge deck. Construction and closure of the bridge is expected to begin Monday, July 6, 2015. The bridge is expected to re-open by early November 2015.
During construction, closure and detour information is as follows:
- WIS 28 will be closed to traffic from Niagara Avenue to Ontario Avenue.
- The posted WIS 28 detour during the closure will follow Erie Avenue, Kohler Memorial Drive (WIS 23), Taylor Avenue (County TA), and Indiana Avenue (County PP).
- WIS 28 access to Niagara Avenue will be maintained from the south.
Nighttime closures during which the WIS 28 and Ontario Avenue intersection is reconstructed.
Pedestrian access to the bridge and trail underneath the north end of the bridge will not be maintained.
Pedestrian detours will use portions of Kiwanis Park Road, Ontario Avenue, Erie Avenue, North Water Street, the Sheboygan Rail Trail, and Wisconsin Avenue.
Marine Traffic Impacts
Navigation of the main Sheboygan River channel is expected to be maintained throughout construction by keeping at least half of the main river channel open to boat traffic. However, the U.S. Coast Guard may grant a short-term waiver to close the entire river to marine traffic due to unforeseen circumstances.
Motorists and boaters should anticipate delays, use caution, and remain alert when driving through this or any work zone.