County E, 14th Street to County V

St. Croix County

PROJECT PROFILE

Enhancing Connectivity & Safety

The rural rehabilitation project on County E created a safer and more accessible corridor for all, accommodating increased traffic, cyclists, and pedestrians.
The Opportunity

This rural 2-mile stretch of County E has become a major connector of the State Highway 35/64 freeway to numerous residential developments since the development of the new St. Croix River Crossing. This new bridge has led to increased traffic, including cyclists and pedestrians, emphasizing the need for enhancements to the County E roadway. The project plans to pulverize and relay the existing pavement, widen the shoulders, and extend culvert pipes.  

The Outcome

Extensive improvements were completed on this connector. The pavement and base material were pulverized and relayed, and the shoulders were widened to better accommodate cyclist and pedestrians. Culvert pipes beneath County E were extended to the new roadway width so the roadway would continue having proper drainage. Curb and gutter was added to improve the road’s overall infrastructure, and beam guard was replaced using alternative methods to reduce right of way acquisitions.

Two different phases were used while constructing this project: the east portion used flaggers, while the western portion used a detour. After the construction was completed, it was quickly noticed how the improvements enhanced safety and accessibility and improved the overall transportation experience.

The Outcome

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Innovative Intersection Design

JT’s engineers rose to the challenge of the site’s physical constraints, working in partnership with the City of De Pere and WisDOT to minimize impacts and make improvements to the popular adjacent Park & Ride lot and facilitate access to an adjacent parcel of land for new commercial development.

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Innovative Intersection Design

JT’s engineers rose to the challenge of the site’s physical constraints, working in partnership with the City of De Pere and WisDOT to minimize impacts and make improvements to the popular adjacent Park & Ride lot and facilitate access to an adjacent parcel of land for new commercial development.

Christina Wocinte

JT’s engineers rose to the challenge of the site’s physical constraints, working in partnership with the City of De Pere and WisDOT to minimize impacts and make improvements to the popular adjacent Park & Ride lot and facilitate access to an adjacent parcel of land for new commercial development.