Last Updated: 09/18/2023

Latest Update

After input from the public and the Transportation Commission, the design team has selected Option B for Segoe Road.  Thank you to everyone who gave input through the survey, the public information meeting, email, and calls. The design team will determine the preliminary assessments for each property along the project and mail out ahead of the Public Hearing for the project approval at the Board of Public Works on September 6, 2023.

Project Overview

Exhibit A: Project Location Map

The overall project includes pavement reconstruction, spot replacements of curb and gutter, sidewalk, and driveway aprons. The project also includes improved pedestrian crossings, bike lanes, storm sewer replacement, new storm sewer (existing will remain), partial replacement of sanitary sewer and laterals, partial replacement of water main and services, new street lighting, new pavement markings, and new signs. 

Segoe Road will be reconfigured from 2 lanes in each direction to 1 lane in each direction from Regent Street to Sheboygan Avenue. with the layout shown in Exhibits B and C. This will include median protected bike lanes for safe and comfortable bike access. Additionally, pedestrian crossings will be improved at the intersections of Segoe Road and Sawyer Terrace, Segoe Road and Heather Crest, Segoe Road and Vernon Boulevard, and the north side of Segoe Road & Regent Street. These improvements, which include median refuges and shortened pedestrian crossings, are designed to lower vehicle speeds and improve roadway comfort and safety for pedestrians. A push button flashing pedestrian signal will be installed at Segoe Road & Heather Crest crossing. The traffic signal at Segoe Road & Sawyer Terrace will be reconstructed and placed back after the project is complete.

Exhibit B: Segoe Road Typical Section, Regent to Sheboygan
Exhibit B: Segoe Road Typical Section, Regent to Sheboygan
 Exhibit C: Segoe Road Typical Section and Sawyer Terrace Intersection; median protected bike lanes
Exhibit D: Sheboygan Avenue, Whitney Way to Segoe Road
Exhibit D: Sheboygan Avenue, Whitney Way to Segoe Road

Sheboygan Ave. will be reconfigured to add buffered bike lanes from Whitney Way to Segoe Rd. (see Exhibit D below). The mid-block crossing on Sheboygan Ave. between Eau Claire Ave. and Segoe Rd. will be reconfigured to match the next phase of the Madison Yards project which is on the north side of the street.This project will no longer impact the traffic light at Segoe Road & Regent Street.  The signal will remain in place for the foreseeable future.

This project design team is working in conjunction with the ongoing Madison Yards development team north of Sheboygan Avenue between Eau Claire Avenue and Segoe Road and the BRT team which is adding two new stations in the project limits.Learn more about the BRT Project

Project Limits

Sheboygan Ave - Whitney Way to Segoe Rd

Segoe Rd - Regent St to University Ave

Project Schedule

Design: 2023

Construction: 2024

Public Involvement

There are a number of points of contact during this project where the public is encouraged to give feedback as part of public information meetings and public hearings. Dates, times and locations are indicated below:

Public Information Meetings

Thank you to everyone who attended the July 19, 2023 Public Information Meeting. The meeting recording and PowerPoint Presentation is available: 
July 19, 2023 Public Information Meeting Recording
July 19, 2023 Public Information Meeting PowerPoint Presentation 

Si necesita un intérprete, un traductor, materiales en formatos alternativos u otros arreglos para acceder a este servicio, actividad o programa, llama Mario Galindez en el departamento de ingenieria municipal inmediatamente a (608) 266-4095.

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City Process, Meetings

Transportation Commission: July 26, 2023, The design team will present the street layout options to the Transportation Commission.

Assessment Mailings: Aug. 11, 2023, 

Board of Public Works Public Hearing: Sept. 20, 2023 Common Council Public Hearing: Oct. 3, 2023


Board of Public Works Mailing: Letter  Fact and Detail Sheet  Assessments