All ramps in Mitchell Interchange now open to traffic

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MILWAUKEE — All ramps are now open to traffic within Milwaukee’s Mitchell Interchange. 

On Tuesday morning, October 16th, the ramp from Layton Ave. to northbound I-94/43 was opened to traffic. Commuters can now also travel north into downtown Milwaukee from College Ave. because the collector ramp that connects to northbound I-94/43 is now open after several years of closure.

Some cleanup work and striping is still needed in the Mitchell Interchange — but traffic delays should be minimal.

The Mitchell Interchange project is just one facet of a project to rebuild the I-94 north-south corridor from the Wisconsin-Illinois border. The rest of that project is expected to be complete in 2017.

Monitor FOX6 News and for updates on this developing story.

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