The state has set dates in late March to hold public hearings on the upcoming Zoo Interchange reconstruction plans, but first Department of Transportation officials need to meet with Tosa residents to get feedback on design options that could impact their neighborhood.
People living near Glenview Avenue can learn about possible street improvements that would help handle increased traffic to the local roads during the interchange project. A meeting will be held at 7 p.m. March 1 at Wilson Elementary School, 1060 Glenview Ave.
The project team will bring maps and information to detail design options.
Public hearings on the larger project and its possible impacts throughout the corridor will be held March 22 and 23 at State Fair Park in West Allis.
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