Construction detours leads to problems in residential neighborhoods
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WEST ALLIS - Construction season means detours, including routes through residential neighborhoods. Which led one viewer to complain to Speedbusters.
Lois Gorny said 92nd Street has become a dragstrip between Greenfield and Schlinger.
"It gets really bad," she said. "During rush hour times, they're coming down the street at least 35 to 40 miles per hour."
Gorny blames construction on nearby roads for pushing cars onto the blocks where people live.
As construction begins on the Zoo interchange, she expects the problem to get even worse.