Public Involvement Meeting Replacement of CTH P Bridge

April 9, 2024 
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM 

The replacement of the CTH P Bridge will be discussed at a public involvement meeting. This 
bridge crosses over the Trempealeau River in the Town of Buffalo and the Town of Dodge.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday April 9, 2024 from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM at the Dodge Town 
Hall, W29861 Bambenek Street, Dodge, WI 54625. Interested parties are encouraged to attend. 

The existing three-span steel girder bridge will be replaced with a new three-span haunched 
concrete slab bridge at the current bridge location. The project also includes reconstruction of 
the roadway approaches. No right-of-way acquisition is anticipated at this time. Work consists 
of bridge removal, grading, concrete masonry, pile driving, crushed aggregate base course, 
asphaltic pavement, erosion control items, and landscaping items. 

During construction the existing CTH P roadway and bridge will be closed to traffic. A two-lane 
temporary bypass will be provided to the south of the existing bridge so that CTH P will remain 
open to traffic. Construction is currently scheduled for summer 2026. 

The purpose of the meeting is to present the preliminary plans of the work scheduled for the 
bridge construction project, discuss the proposed schedule, and gather public input. Any 
comments or questions that may be of interest to the design team are welcome. 

The meeting will begin with a short presentation to provide an overview of the project, 
followed by time for questions and answers. Representatives from the Buffalo County Highway 
Department and MSA Professional Services, the design firm leading the project, will be 
available to discuss project details, address comments, and answer questions. 

For more information about the project, contact MSA Professional Services at (608) 355-8852. 

Persons requiring an interpreter, materials in alternate formats, or other accommodations to 
access this meeting are encouraged to contact the MSA Professional Services at least 72 hours 
prior to the meeting.