Market Street

La Crosse, WI | Transportation

Overview

ISG designed the rehabilitation of a 0.4-mile segment of a busy collector street in La Crosse.


Opportunity

Market Street services thousands of vehicles daily and began to show signs of distress and cracking.

Solution

Market Street is a collector within the City of La Crosse that runs west to east within the central portion of the City. This collector services several thousand vehicles per day, including pedestrians and bicycles, due to its close proximity to the Franciscan Healthcare Systems buildings of Mayo Clinic Health Systems. This 0.4-mile segment of Market Street had shown pavement distresses such as longitudinal, transverse, and alligator cracking. The pavement distresses also include extensive rutting, cracking, and settling that has resulted in a rough ride and ponding of water during rain events and snowmelt causing unsafe conditions.

The rehabilitation project will detail the resurfacing of the existing roadway corridor by milling off 4 inches of existing asphalt surface and placing 4 inches of new HMA pavement as an overlay. Improvements will also include spot replacements of curb and gutter, adjustments and resetting of storm and utility castings, signing, pavement marking, and other incidentals to complete the work.


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