After a week’s delay, you will have to watch out for orange cones and construction crews on a more than seven-mile stretch of State Highway 42/57 beginning on Wednesday. The work will take place from the southern junction of the highway north to the Bayview Bridge in Sturgeon Bay. In addition to resurfacing the roadway, DOT crews will also make intersection improvements at Ashland Avenue, Neenah Avenue, County U/Circle Ridge Road, and the Green Bay Road northbound ramp. There will be some lane closures at off-peak times during the course of the project at Ashland Avenue, Circle Ridge Road, and the Green Bay Road ramps, but the highway will otherwise be open to traffic. The project is expected to wrap up in September. The project was supposed to start last week but it was postponed due to inclement weather. As of 11 a.m. Tuesday, the project was still expected to start on Wednesday according to DOT spokesperson Mark Kantola despite the forecast for rain and snow later this week. You can click this link to find more information on the project.