Traffic conditions and emergency updates in Dane/Green Counties

 Green County officials say HY 92 east bound and west bound lanes near the Green-Dane County border are now open.  Traffic was closed in the Belleville-Dayton area due to road damage and flooding over the past few days. 

UPDATE 12:26 p.m.

County roads around Broadhead  in Green County are beginning to be affected by flooding from the Sugar River, according to Green County Highway Engineer Chris Narveson. 

It is expected most if not all the town roads west of Broadhead, where the Sugar River flows, will be topped by flood water this afternoon. 

Many roads between Broadhead and Albany are still topped by flood water. 

County HY X south of Belleville has water, and some fish, flowing over it. 

County HY C is expected to be re-opened by 4 p.m. today after being repaired due to the flooding, according to Narveson. 

State HY 11 and Green County HY F remain open. 

County HY T is expected to have flooding problems by late this afternoon, according to Narveson.

UPDATE 12:04 p.m.

Wisconsin Highway 92 at the Dane-Green county line near Belleville has reopened.

UPDATE 11:25 a.m.

* Middleton: Century Avenue (County Hwy M) is temporarily shut down in both directions between County Hwy Q and Highland Way due to wires down across the road. MG&E crews are on the scene working on repairs. 

* Red Cross will wrap up operation of a shelter in Cross Plains by 5 p.m. today (Thursday).

However, our other two shelters remain open through at least Friday. Anyone in need can go to:*Mazomanie Elementary, 314 Anne St.*West H.S., 30 Ash St., Madison

Also from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, here are sites where impacted residents can pick up free cleanup kits (which include sponges, bleach, gloves, trash bags, a mop and more):

  • Mazomanie Elementary, 314 Anne St.
  • Kwik Trip, corner of Hwys 14 & P, Cross Plains
  • Our Madison office, 4860 Sheboygan Ave
  • Plus our trucks will drive around to distribute kits in person in Madison & Black Earth

* Wisconsin Highway 78 near Mazomanie has reopened as of Thursday morning.

UPDATE 10:45 a.m.

*Madison Metro: Affects Routes 2, 5, 10, 27 & 28

Due to flooding, buses are unable to serve E. Johnson St. between Baldwin and First.

Routes 2 and 28 buses detour via Baldwin and Sherman Ave. Routes 5, 10 and 27 detour via Baldwin, E. Washington and First.

Passengers can board at existing stops on the detoured route. Detours continue until water levels decrease and street is safe. 


UPDATE (WKOW) -- East Johnson Street is currently closed in both directions between North Baldwin Street and Fordem Avenue due to flooding at Tenney Park.

According to a news release from City Traffic Engineering, East Johnson St. will be closed until the water recedes, which could be anywhere from one to two weeks. Lake levels are expected to crest around Wednesday, August 29. That estimate could change depending on how many rain we receive in the coming days.

Drivers should avoid the area and use alternate routes.

Severe travel delays are expected during the morning and afternoon rush hours.

As changes develop, updated information will be available at

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