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Welcome to the Verona Road Business Coalition

Current Special Offers

Businesses on Verona Road cherish your patronage. In return, they are providing special offers and discounts to thank you for your business!

Alternative Routes

If you are using Verona Road regularly, you should stay up-to-date on the latest construction areas and how to get around them.




Business Toolkit

Concerned about the potential impact of the construction on your business?

Take a look at the Verona Road Business Coalition's Business Toolkit & Resources.

Verona Road Construction is starting in 2016

IT'S IMPORTANT TO PLAN AHEAD!

Road Construction along the Verona Road Corridor will begin in Fall of 2016 on Nesbitt Road and the East Frontage Road. Utility relocations by private companies are starting in March, 2016.

Staging Exhibits

What you need to know about the Stage 2 construction schedule in the Fitchburg area:

The Walker administration had requested releasing $200 million of the money in 2015-16, but had indicated plans to return next year to seek the other $150 million set aside in the budget.

  • Stage 2 extends along Verona Road from Raymond Road south to County PD (McKee Road) and County PD from Fitchrona Road to Commerce Park Drive.
  • Road construction along Nesbitt and the East Frontage Roads begins in the Fall, 2016
  • Utility work along along Nesbitt Road begins in the March, 2016
  • Construction is anticipated to span from Fall, 2016 to 2020

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Stage 2 Construction Schedule Map



Joint Finance Committee Approves Releasing $350 million in Contingency Bonding for State Highway Projects.

Yesterday afternoon, the Legislature's Joint Committee on Finance voted 10-6 across party lines to approve all $350 million of the contingency bonding for state highway projects that was included in Act 55, the state budget, Act 55. All six Senate GOP members on the committee opposed releasing the money, while the six Assembly GOP members were joined by all four Democrats in voting yes.

The Walker administration had requested releasing $200 million of the money in 2015-16, but had indicated plans to return next year to seek the other $150 million set aside in the budget.

The approved motion also made a series of other tweaks to the bonding.

Thank you to everyone who wrote letters and contacted your Legislators and Senators to support the release of this contingency bonding for the State's Highway projects.

Together, we are making a meaningful difference advocating for the Verona Road Construction project. Senators and Legislators have heard our message!

Verona Road is Changing