No Runny Eggs

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The other two replacement bridges in the Zoo are running ahead of schedule

by @ 11:14 on April 2, 2010. Filed under Transportation.

There’s good news for truckers who normally use the north-to-west and south-to-east ramps in the Zoo Interchange in today’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

Barring unforeseen delays, traffic in the Zoo Interchange will be shifted onto two new bridges in late April or early May, several weeks ahead of schedule, project managers said Thursday.

Unlike the bogus “7-8 weeks ahead of schedule” given for the completion of the new northbound bridge through the interchange given when the old one was closed, this is a legitimate use of “ahead”. Kudos to the contractors, workers, and yes even the Department of Transportation for a job quickly done.

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