Wisconsin Road Work
Wisconsin approach work is scheduled to resume on Monday, April 18.
First crews will complete the grading project that started in 2015.
Then they will begin concrete paving for the new WIS 64. The contractor plans to complete most of this work in 2016.
The seamless tie-in to the new river bridge will occur in 2017. The new WIS 64 will not be open to the public until the new bridge opens to traffic in fall 2017.
Minnesota Crossing Work
Work continues placing driving segments on the piers.
Stay cable installation on the piers is on going.
Casting of segments is complete at both casting yards in August 2016
Cycle St. Croix Bike Tour - August 27th, New Richmond - For details about this family friendly ride see www.nracentre.com/csc/
St. Croix County Bike & Ped Plan Open House - August 29th, St. Joseph Town Hall, 1377 County Rd V, Hudson AND August 30th, Baldwin Ag Center, 1960 8th Ave, Suite 140, Baldwin - Both meeting times 6 - 8 p.m. - See www.sccwi.us/bikepedplan for more information
Communications Committee Meeting - September 1st, 6:30 p.m. -Hudson Library, 700 First Street, Story Room - Second Floor
Fund Raiser at Oliphant Brewing - September 14th at 6 - 8 p.m. -350 Main Street, #2, Somerset
River Valley Trails Autumn Trek - September 18th - For details and to register see www.rivervalleytrails.org/
Coalition Meeting - October 12, 2016, New Richmond Civic Center, 156 East First Street, New Richmond at 6:30 p.m.
Welcome to the St. Croix Bike and Pedestrian Trail Coalition web site. The Coalition is a grassroots effort of St. Croix County residents to create a coordinated bike and pedestrian trail network in St. Croix County.
Helpful tips from WisDOT/MnDOT: Cty E will end at the ramp terminal. Once the entire project is complete, west of that point will be the continuation of WIS 35. WIS 35 north will turn to the east at the new roundabout we're building and the current WIS 35 north of that will become a local road.
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St. Croix Crossing Wisconsin Approach
Bike Routes – roadway shared with vehicular traffic.
Bike Lanes –shared roadway that have been designated by striping, signing and pavement markings for the preferential/exclusive use of bicycles.
Bike Paths – trails that are physically separated from motorized vehicular traffic.
Other types of trails – walking, hiking, etc. - pedestrian trails
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Click below for Loop Trail
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