Electrical work is scheduled to start Monday on a $4.8 million project to upgrade the Bayview Bridge in Sturgeon Bay.
Wisconsin Department of Transportation officials say the electrical work will not impact traffic.
That won't be the case come March, when the span will have to close for an extended period of time to complete more involved aspects of the job.
The DOT's Kim Rudat says the project will include structural steel repair, bridge painting, electrical and machinery system upgrades, and an overlay of the bridge deck and approaches. He says the work is being done to extend the life of the bridge.
Zenith Tech, Inc. of Waukesha is the prime contractor.
The Bayview Bridge opened in 1978. The last major bridge repairs were done in 2004.