Your drive through southern Door County may be slowed due to construction beginning in mid-June. Construction will start on highway 42 on the Door and Kewaunee County line and finish just south of Sturgeon Bay. Governor Evers approved the $3.7 million plan earlier this week. The project contains improvements on asphalt along the highway, storm sewer repairs, beamguard upgrades, and pavement markings. Wisconsin DOT Communications Manager Mark Kantola says that although construction will begin, the highway will stay open.
The project is expected to cause minor delays in traffic and be finished in mid to late August.