If you're making the journey to Lambeau Field for tomorrow's game, be aware of road construction. Raymond T. Rivard photograph

Heading to the Packers game Sunday? Here's the traffic report

If you’re heading to Lambeau Field for the 2012 season opener featuring the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers you should be aware that getting to the stadium may not be so simple – translation: road construction.

With that in mind, the Wisconsin State Department of Transportation so kindly issued its travel advisory, which you can see below. There are several areas where traffic slow-downs are being expected. Pay special attention to the areas along which you will be traveling and most importantly – leave a little early to be sure you arrive on time.

I would hate to have you miss that first touchdown pass that Aaron Rodgers throws!

So, take a look at the advisory below … and enjoy the game.

 

Packer travel advisory – Road construction update in Northeast Wisconsin
(Green Bay) The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region is reminding motorists heading to Lambeau Field on Sunday, September 9 for the Green Bay Packers/San Francisco 49ers football game that the road construction season continues on most major roads in Northeast Wisconsin. While most projects will stop and two lanes of traffic will be open, drivers might still encounter road conditions in the work zones that could cause backups.
WisDOT strongly recommends motorists allow themselves additional time to reach their destinations.
Here is a list of the major roads in northeast Wisconsin most Packers fans will be traveling and the road conditions they should anticipate:
US 41
·        Brown County – Drivers will encounter 11-foot travel lanes and reduced shoulders in multiple locations along a 10-mile segment of highway. The speed limit is reduced to 55 mph from just south of Scheuring Road to I-43.
·        Winnebago County – A majority of 12 miles of highway, from 9th Avenue to Breezewood Lane, has restricted shoulders, 11-foot travel lanes and speed limits reduced to 55 mph in both directions.
WIS 29
·        Brown County – Motorists traveling on WIS 29 will have to drive on 11-foot traffic lanes with reduced shoulders on five miles of highway from County FF to US 41. These restrictions affect both eastbound and westbound traffic lanes.
WIS 32
·        Brown County – Motorists traveling southbound on WIS 32/Ashland Avenue following the game are advised to use WIS 172 to access US 41 and avoid using the temporary ramp from WIS 32/Ashland Avenue directly to US 41.
WIS 54
·        Brown County – The WIS 54 and Seminary Road intersection has been reconfigured during roundabout construction that could slow traffic and cause backups at this location.
I-43/Leo Frigo Bridge
·        Brown County – traffic on I-43 at the Leo Frigo Bridge is reduced to a single lane with speeds reduced to 55 mph in both directions over a 3.5-mile segment of the highway. In addition, the following ramps are closed to traffic:
o   Southbound I-43 off-ramp to Webster Avenue
o   Northbound I-43 on-ramp from Webster Avenue
o   Southbound I-43 on-ramp from Atkinson Drive
WIS 57
·        Sheboygan County – WIS 57 is closed between WIS 144 and WIS 23. The posted detour includes I-43 and WIS 23.
Oneida Street – City of Ashwaubenon
·        City of Ashwaubenon – Oneida Street will now have two lanes open in each direction for all home Packer games.
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