US 10 Construction Project Begins May 6, 2024

US 10 passing lane construction begins Monday in Manitowoc County

​Roadway to remain open during construction of passing lanes

 (Manitowoc) The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region reminds motorists construction on US 10 begins Monday, May 6, 2024, between the villages of Reedsville and Whitelaw in the municipalities of Maple Grove, Rockland, Franklin, and Cato in Manitowoc County.  Work is expected to finish in the fall of this year. US 10 will remain open during construction with temporary traffic signals.

WisDOT created a 511 Wisconsin construction project website detailing construction operations, display maps, and traffic impacts. The public can access the website at the following URL.

Project improvements

This project will add 3.6 miles of passing lanes on eastbound and westbound US 10 in the project limits. Work will also include grading, gravel, and asphalt paving for the new passing lanes. Advanced crews have already begun preliminary vegetation and tree removal to prepare for passing lane construction. Vinton Construction from Manitowoc, Wis. is the Prime Contractor.

 Traffic impacts

Portable traffic signals will be used for various lane closures during work along US 10.

  • Motorists should be alert and aware of temporary traffic signals in the project limits.