MADISON, Wis. - Construction at the intersection of Stoughton, Pflaum and Buckeye roads is expected to start Monday, according to a Wisconsin Department of Transportation release.
The planned improvements include pavement repairs and replacing traffic signals, officials said. Overhead traffic signals and sign structures will be installed during the project.
Through traffic will be maintained at all times on Stoughton Road with lane restricts on Pflaum and Buckeye roads, according to the release. Nightly lane closures on Stoughton Road will go from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. starting Aug. 25.
The estimated $1.7 million project is expected to be completed by mid-October, officials said.
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