2020 STH 60 Resurfacing & Granville Roundabout Project
Beginning in April of 2020, STH 60 will undergo resurfacing from Eagle Drive in Jackson to just west of the 5 Corners intersection in the Town of Cedarburg. The project is set to be completed by late September.
Work will involve milling off the top two inches of roadway, and laying four new inches of pavement. The paved shoulder width will also be increased to six feet, and bypass lanes and right turn lanes at intersections will be added or extended as needed.
In addition to the resurfacing, the State will be reconstructing the intersection of STH 60 and CTH Y with a roundabout to address traffic safety concerns.
The entire stretch of road from Eagle Drive to Five Corners will be closed to through traffic during construction. A detour route is posted in the flyer below. Local and emergency access will be maintained throughout the project.
WisDOT will be reaching out to those affected to directly notify them of the work. This includes mailings or posted notices to residences (usually within one mile north and south of the project boundary), and phone calls or personal visits to businesses along the route. This is set to occur in the month of February. The state typically works with affected businesses to post special signage to indicate business locations.
WisDOT STH 60 Resurfacing & Granville Roundabout Project Contact
Questions should be directed to Kurt Flierl at WisDOT. His contact information can be found below.
P.E., WisDOT Project Manager
Phone: (414) 750-3085
Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Southeast Region
141 NW Barstow St. P.O. Box 798
Waukesha, WI 53187-0798
Phone: (262) 548-5902
Fax: (262) 548-5662
|Project Documents||Document / Link|
|Public Meeting Project Flyer: March 19th, 2020||Flyer|
|Project Plan||Project Plan Feb. 2018|
|Roundabout Option Plan (Feb. 2014)||Roundabout Plans|
|Alternatives Comparison Table (Feb. 2014)||Comparison Table|
|Ozaukee County Resolution Requesting Expedited Reconstruction (April 2014)||Resolution|
|Meeting summary with Local Officials: April 30, 2015||Summary|
|Meeting summary with Local Officials: Jan. 29, 2014||Summary|
|WisDOT Roundabout Brochure||Brochure|
**Separate Project: WisDOT Suspended STH 60 Corridor Study & Bypass**
While STH 60 from Five Corners to 1st Avenue in Grafton had several inches of asphalt pavement replaced in 2010, WisDOT nonetheless began a corridor study of 12 miles of STH 60 in order to analyze the existing and projected conditions on the roadway through 2040. The goal of the study is to evaluate alternatives to accommodate anticipated changes in traffic volumes and regional development. The study team, with input from local officials, environmental specialists, regional transportation professionals, the local community, and other specialized representatives will develop and refine alternatives for addressing safety and operational concerns along the corridor. The final outcome of the study was to be an approved environmental document outlining the preferred alternative and the impacts to the environment and the surrounding communities. This study was formally suspended in December of 2015. As of January, 2020, WisDOT confirmed the study has been indefinitely suspended with no plans to recommence the study. Below are a series of helpful links that provide historic information related to this study.
|WisDOT Presentation and STH 60 Plans
from February 20, 2013 at Cedarburg Town Hall
|Document / Link|
|STH 60 Corridor Study from 2-20-13||Presentation|
|Five Corners to Keup Road - Section View||Section View|
|County Line to Five Corners - Section View||Section View|
|CTH I Roundabout Intersection||Map photo|
|CTH I Signalized Intersection||Map photo|
|CTH Y Roundabout Intersection||Map photo|
|CTH Y Signalized Intersection||Map photo|
|Keup Road Roundabout Intersection||Map photo|
|Keup Road Signalized Intersection||Map photo|
|5 Corners 4-Leg Roundabout & Sycamore 4-Leg Roundabout||Map photo|
|5 Corners 5-Leg Roundabout||Map photo|
|5 Corners Signal / Closed Covered Bridge Access / Signalized Sycamore||Map photo|