MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - Wisconsin's largest city is starting to come to grips with another major road building project.
Preparations are beginning Monday for improvements on Milwaukee's Hoan Bridge. It carries traffic along Interstate 794 from downtown Milwaukee to the south side and the suburbs beyond.
The early work involves temporary crossovers, new ramps, and improvements at intersections just off the bridge. The core of the project includes new bridge decks, cleaning and fixing steel girders, and painting.
Folks expect more traffic tie-ups and long delays at times -- but that's nothing new in recent years.
The city's Marquette and Zoo freeway interchanges have both have major repair work -- and work continues on improving Interstate 94 from Milwaukee southward to the Illinois line.