Robert Street Bridge

Robert Street Bridge Project

To read project updates click here for the news list.


Department of Transportation
To access the DOT website for construction information click here.
To access the Robert Street Bridge project presentation information click here.

Robert Street Bridge to close, no parking to take effect on Main Street

The Robert Street Bridge will close to all traffic on or after May 24, 2022 beginning at 5 a.m. local time for extensive reconstruction. To allow for added traffic volume, Main Street, between just south of S. 3rd Street and N. 3rd Street, will be restriped to four lanes of active traffic, removing all on-street parking. All parking on side streets will remain available. Pedestrian detours will be marked on sidewalks. See the attached map.

The bridge will undergo a total deck replacement, including a dedicated left turn lane northbound, signal coordination at Third Street, decorative lighting, a parapet wall and wider sidewalk along with a decorative fence/rail. When the project is complete, the bridge will be safer for pedestrian and vehicular traffic and more aesthetically-pleasing.

Traffic signals will be coordinated through the Main Street corridor to allow for better traffic flow in the downtown area. Additional signage will also be placed at significant intersections.

The bridge will reopen and Main Street will return to two lanes of traffic with on-street parking on or before Aug. 27, 2022.

Check the City of Fort Atkinson website for project updates or the DOT project website or call Director of Public Works - Andy Selle at (920) 397-9901.


Getting around 

Bike racks are located at: Fort Atkinson Chamber of Commerce, Dwight Foster Public Library, the Theatre Lot, Fort Atkinson Municipal Building, Bike Trail South Side Walking Bridge, Fort Atkinson Police Department and the Train Depot. 

No parking on Main Street starting May 23. Parking is available on streets adjacent to Main Street.