Public officials will cut the ribbon on the new Drexel Interchange and an expanded Drexel Avenue at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20.
The ceremony will take place on the bridge over Interstate 94 and will be open to the public, according to the state Department of Transportation.
The interchange is the first new interchange in Milwaukee County since the expressway was built in the 1970s. Officials believe it will help spur economic development in Oak Creek, including the Drexel Town Square redevelopment project on the former Delphi site, and the surrounding area.
Construction started last spring after a ground-breaking attended by Gov. Scott Walker and others.
Crews have also been working to widen Drexel Avenue to four lanes between 13th and 27th streets. The street will be a four-lane divided boulevard that will also include a 10-foot wide multi-use path along the north side, on-street bicycle accommodations, street lighting, additional turn lanes at 27th Street and stoplight modifications.