Workers were busy today demolishing sections of 794 near the Milwaukee Public Market, making way for the redesigned Lake Interchange. Some sections have already been completed (see far below), meaning the days of walking beneath 794 and looking up to see crumbling concrete and exposed rebar are almost over. Comments commentsRELATED  Could Schools Become Voter-Free […]

Workers were busy today demolishing sections of 794 near the Milwaukee Public Market, making way for the redesigned Lake Interchange. Some sections have already been completed (see far below), meaning the days of walking beneath 794 and looking up to see crumbling concrete and exposed rebar are almost over.

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