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For additional information, please contact Andrew Struck, Chairman of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail Advisory Council, at 262-284-8275 or 262-238-8275 (metro) or Thank you.  

The Trail Improvement Project is a momentous project to make a significant safety, transportation, and aesthetic improvement along a section of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail 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.

The Ozaukee 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 page and consider making an investment in the Ozaukee Interurban Trail.

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