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DOT looking for more public input on roundabout project

5:13 PM, Jul. 8, 2013
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is considering building a roundabout at this intersection of Maple Drive and Highway 54 in the village of Plover. Construction could begin in 2015. DOT officials are hosting a public meeting Wednesday to discuss the roundabout.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is considering building a roundabout at this intersection of Maple Drive and Highway 54 in the village of Plover. Construction could begin in 2015. DOT officials are hosting a public meeting Wednesday to discuss the roundabout.
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The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is looking for public input on what would be Portage County's first roundabout.

The DOT wants to build the roundabout in response to a number of crashes that have occurred at the intersection of Maple Drive and State Highway 54. There have been 28 crashes at the intersection between 2007 and 2011, according to the DOT, that includes a 31-year-old Plover woman was killed at the intersection on the day before Thanksgiving in 2011.

The single-lane roundabout is the best choice of three alternatives the DOT presented, DOT officials say, because the ...

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