WINNEBAGO COUNTY - Construction on Highway 41 in the Oshkosh area is set to resume Thursday night.
The Department of Transportation says traffic will be shifted between the Breezewood Lake exit in Neenah and the Highway 45 exit in Oshkosh. This year's construction involves widening the northbound highway from two to three lanes. The southbound highway was widened last year.
Thursday night, traffic on the eight-mile stretch will be shifted to the new southbound lanes. Two lanes in each direction will be maintained during the project, but the lanes will be narrowed to 11 feet wide and the speed limit will be 55 miles per hour.
This stage of construction is set to be finished in November.
The total cost of construction in this area is $45 million.
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