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State 15 project resumes

State 15 construction from County JJ to Lily of the Valley Drive. Map courtesy of WisDOT

Road work from Hortonville to Greenville

REGION – Construction on State Highway 15 resumed Monday, April 10, in Outagamie County.

This is a continuation of 2022 work to complete the expansion project on a 3.6-mile stretch of highway between County Trunk JJ in the village of Hortonville and Lily of the Valley Drive in the village of Greenville in Outagamie County.

The two-year $20.8 million project is scheduled to finish in October 2023, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

Improvements with the project include a new four-lane roadway from Lilly of the Valley to County JJ with a multi-lane roundabout at County JJ, new storm drainage and an upgraded railroad crossing east of Manley Road.

The improvement will remove access to Manley Road to the north, Hillview Road to the west, along with spaced median cross overs throughout the corridor. A multi-use trail will be constructed on the south side of State 15 from County JJ roundabout to Julius Drive.

Traffic impacts

State 15 will remain open on the new pavement and remain in the current configuration until late summer 2023.

Flagging operations will be used at various times throughout the project.

Manley Road to the south will remain closed until the westbound lanes are completed later this summer.

Westbound outside lane of State 15 closed between Lily of the Valley and Hyacinth.

Julius Drive to the north will be closed and will remain closed until westbound lanes are completed later this summer.

Lily of the Valley north of State 15 remains closed through April 14.

The State 15 project website is available at projects.511wi.gov/wis15expand/full-project-overview/.

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