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No major closures planned during the day.

Long term closures remain in place. 


I-894 NB at National Ave. through the Zoo for traffic switch prep.

At the Zoo Interchange the I-41 SB to I-94 EB and WB system ramps will close for traffic switch prep work.

Long term closures remain in place. 


A new traffic switch starts along I-894 NB between Grrenfield Ave.and Bluemound Rd. Plan ahead if your travels take you along this route.

Long term closures remain in place. 

Long Term closures

A long term ramp closure is now in place in Waukesha County.  I-451 SB from Main St. in Menomonee Falls closed for reconstruction until later this year.

Another reminder that the exit ramp from I-41 NB to Capitol Dr. for reconstruction.

The 84th St. on ramp to I-94 WB will only access the I-41/US-45 stretch until later this year. Traffic wanting to access west of the Zoo Interchange will need to get on the freeway at the 70th St. ramp.  Also the decision point for the I-41/US-45 system ramp will be moved back 1/2 mile.

The I-94 westbound to I-894 southbound system ramp will be closed until late 2017.

Another reminder that the I-41/894 SB exit ramp to Greenfield Ave. is now closed through the summer of 2018 for reconstruction. The on ramp from Greenfield Ave. to I-41/894 SB will close through the fall of 2017. Also closing long term, the Lincoln Ave. exit ramp from I-894 SB is expected to remain that way through summer of 2018. Traffic along the I-894 southbound corridor will shift to the west or right side of the roadway starting at Lincoln Ave.