The new ramp from westbound La Crosse Avenue to northbound MoPac is expected to be complete and open to traffic by Saturday morning, Aug 1st, weather permitting. Once the ramp is open, drivers on La Crosse Avenue will be able to access northbound MoPac without having to use the turnaround at South Bay Lane.
The La Crosse Avenue bridge will also open in its final configuration, which includes two travel lanes in each direction, sidewalks and bike lanes.
After 2 1/2 years, the MoPac Intersections project is in the home stretch! With the bridges at Slaughter Lane and La Crosse Avenue complete, crews will focus on constructing the new MoPac mainlaines. The team anticipates the remaining two mainlanes, one in each direction, to be complete and open to traffic this fall. There will be impacts to traffic flow as cres shift traffic to the new lanes and additional details will be shared as work is scheduled.
The shared-use path is being constructed on the west side of MoPac and connects to La crosse Avenue for access to the Veloway. The path is completed from Slaughter Lane to Slaughter Creek. However, the path will remain closed to pedestrians and bicyclists until fully complete, which is anticipated to be this winter.
the noise wall on the east side of MoPac between La Crosse Avenue and Slaughter Creek is complete. The project team continues to work on the second and final noise wall on the west side of MoPac between Slaughter Creek and La Crosse Avenue, ad the wall is expected to be complete this winter, weather permitting.
We will continue to share updates throughout construction. To stay informed about the project.