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Updated - Feb. 2023
New federal funding has come available through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill (BIL) and this project has been approved in the MPO Transportation Improvement Plan for reprioritization for funding approved for construction in 2023-2024. The approved design is shared below.
The low bid was approved for RG Huston. Work is slated to begin March of 2023.
Please avoid this area if possible. This project zone will cause delays. Temporary full road closures are likely to occur throughout the project. Please visit Madison's Project Page linked below for more information.
Edgeline Drawings Phase 1 - Fair Oaks to Walter St.
Edgeline Drawings Phase 2 - Walter to Cottage Grove Rd.
Visit the City of Madison project page for more information.
Updated December 2022
Monona will be performing another round of maintenance on several segments of the City's sewer mains. The process for this maintenance includes installing a cured in place pipe (CIPP) between manholes inside of the existing main. The goal is to reduce inflow of groundwater to reduce the City's costs from Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District. Lining sewer main is a much less intensive project than ripping up roadways to remove and install new sewer main. During installation the liner will cutoff private sewer laterals from being able to drain to the main. During this time, water use should be at a minimum in affected properties to prevent sewer backups. After the liner is installed and cured the contractor will cutout the lateral openings. The final process is to come in and grout around the laterals to close any gaps between the lined pipe and the lateral.
The project is being bid in August of 2022 and work will take place this Fall. For any questions, please contact Brad Bruun - Monona Public Works Project Manager (608) 222-2525.
Phase 2 Info Flier - What's that Odor
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Updated July 27
The City's resurfacing project will begin after July 11 and includes resurfacing Tonyawatha Trl. from Baskerville to its southern end at Winnequah Trl. and all of Winnequah Trl. from the boat launch to Winnequah Rd. The project also includes the reconstruction of Winnequah Rd. from Schluter Rd. to Bridge Rd. These project areas are all located on the Lake Loop Bike Route and will impact bike travel. A detour map is posted below. Bikers will be required to detour the construction zones.
Updated February 2023
South Winnequah Road from Schluter Rd. to Bridge Rd. will be reconstructed in 2022. The project improvements include intersection crossing improvements, removal of existing "bumpouts", improved pedestrian facilities, improved bike facilities, speed humps to reduce traffic speeds, and replacement of existing pavement with some aggregate base repairs and storm sewer updates. Conceptual plans will be posted once the project design has been approved by the Public Works Committee and City Council. Bidding will begin in the Spring of 2022. Project construction is slated to start after July 11th.
Landscaping and items in the City's street right-of-way on the East side of the roadway between Maywood Park and Bridge Rd. between the back of the existing curb line and up to 11' may be impacted by construction. Please contact the City to discuss specific items that may be impacted.
Private utilities like MGE, TDS, Charter, and ATT have not moved their infrastructure out of the way of construction. All involved have had issues finding time, materials, or labor, which is their messaging to the City. To this point 90% of the utilitys' work have been completed. The City cannot have their contractor perform work in these areas until the utility work has been completed, holding up final sections of sidewalks, retaining walls, restoration, and some driveways.
Updated September 15
Chip seal application is used to help protect pavement and prolong its life. This process includes street cleaning, crack patching, sealing with a tar application and overlaying the tar with granite "chips". Then rolling the application to press the chips into the tar and helping flatten and smooth the roadway. Loose chips are then broomed off the street and removed. Monona Public Works has bid a project for chip sealing the following stretches of roadway in 2022:
Fog Seal application will also be piloted on sections of roadway where chip sealing was has been performed. This application helps seal the top of the chip seal application and is meant to prolong its life. Maps highlighting these selected pilot areas are linked below. This process will happen in conjunction with the chip seal application and includes sections on Winnequah Rd. between Winnequah Trl. and Monona Dr. as well as the sections of Midwood and Ridgewood that were chip sealed in 2021.