Work is winding down on a months-long road reconstruction project in Niagara. Crews began reconstructing and resurfacing portions of US 141 within the city in May, closing the roadway there and detouring drivers down US 2 and US 8 for the past nearly six months. That closure is expected to be lifted shortly as crews this week anticipate the completion of asphalt and other restoration items throughout the project limits and will begin final tasks like pavement markings and project cleanup. The $4.2 million Wisconsin DOT project was originally slated to wrap up in September, but did encounter some delays and is now scheduled to be finished November 4th. The entire project included complete reconstruction of US141 between Pine Street and 4th Street, realigning the Vine Street intersection, and replacing sidewalks and the storm sewer system, as well as resurfacing the roadway from Pine Street to Betters Court.