Improvement Project is a momentous project to make a significant safety,
transportation, and aesthetic improvement along a section of the Ozaukee
This project will replace approximately 2 miles of
on-road designated trail, with 1.3 miles of off-road paved trail segment
and the construction of a 415 ft. long pedestrian / bicycle bridge
over CTH W and I- 43 in
the Town of Grafton (north of Ulao Pkwy).
This improvement will take
pedestrian/bicycle traffic off of a busy, high-speed County Highway and
provide a safe and scenic trail that will
pass near a four-star rated golf course, hardwood woodlands and several small wetlands between
Grafton and Port Washington.
Interurban Trail has added to the quality of life for all County residents
and is a tremendous resource for families.
The health benefits of using this trail are numerous and as a tourism
destination, the Trail is within close proximity to Milwaukee, Chicago,
Madison and Green Bay. The economic impact of these visitors will have a
positive effect for Ozaukee County businesses and all county residents.
The total cost of the Trail Improvement
Project is $1.762 million. However, 80% of the
project cost has been raised through CMAQ and STP funding
from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. Only $33,000 of the
$353,000 private local share is needed to complete this trail
improvement. Your financial support will help us reach this goal!
Please take a moment to review the information provided on this web
consider making an
investment in the Ozaukee Interurban Trail.