Greenfield — A public hearing will be held Jan. 16 on a proposed Highway 100 project that would relieve congestion at the Interstate 43 ramps in Greenfield and improve the intersection of at Edgerton Avenue.
That work is part of a larger project that runs mostly through Hales Corners from College Avenue to the southern end of Greenfield near Layton Avenue.
The hearing will be from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Hales Corners Municipal Building, 5635 S. New Berlin Road. The open house begins at 5 p.m., when people can view exhibits and provide input privately. A presentation will be given at 6 p.m., followed by opportunities to provide public input.
At Edgerton Avenue, a fourth southbound travel lane is proposed to reduce lines of southbound traffic so that they do not reach the nearby I-43 off-ramp, reducing congestion on that ramp and reducing traffic weaving.
For information about the project, go online to dot.wisconsin.gov/projects/wis45100study/index.htm.
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