UNDATED (WSAU) -- Several road projects will slow down motorists this week.
Bridge maintenance on Highway 29 in Marathon County between Abbotsford and Wausau will require traffic to squeeze into a single lane starting Monday. These short-term repairs are expected to wrap up by Thursday afternoon, weather permitting.
There will be lane closures on the Highway 13-34 bridges over Highway 10 and the Canadian National Railroad just west of Junction City starting Monday. Workers will be applying an anti-skid surface treatment to the concrete. That project should be completed by Thursday afternoon.
In Langlade County, new pavement is being put down on 11 miles of Highway 64 from Antigo to the Lincoln County Line. There will also be crews putting anti-skid coatings on bridges, rumble strip improvements, and guardrail repairs. Motorists should expect some delays as traffic will be controlled by flag operators.
In Shawano County, the Highway 22 and Highway B-E intersection in the city of Shawano will be reconstructed starting Monday. Expect single lane traffic and flag operators directing traffic.
In Wood County, motorists can expect temporary traffic signals at the Highway 13 Ten Mile Creek bridge between Adams and Wisconsin Rapids. Crews are reconstructing the bridge deck starting Monday.
Several other road construction projects are still underway in the region.