The Brillion News
County highway crews will begin installing 70 m.p.h. speed limit signs along Wisconsin Interstates this week. Weather permitting, most of the work is expected to be done Tuesday and Wednesday.
County highway crews will install about 470 updated speed limit and related signs. The state Department of Transportation indicated that about 810 miles will be affected along Interstate segments currently posted at 65 m.p.h.
The new speed limit takes effect once a highway is officially posted at the higher speed. Drivers are asked to be alert and slow down for all roadside workers, including county road crews.