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DOT: Folks traveling to Green Bay for game should expect delays

Published On: Dec 22 2012 12:07:36 PM CST

MADISON, Wis. -

Wisconsin transportation officials are warning Green Bay Packers fans to watch out for construction on the way to Lambeau Field on Sunday.

The state Department of Transportation officials said drivers will find restricted shoulders and lane widths on U.S. Highway 41 in Brown and Winnebago counties.

State Highway 29 is closed between Packerland Drive in Green Bay and U.S. 41. Traffic will be rerouted along the new Shawano Avenue but drivers should expect backups.

Agency officials are urging drivers to leave ample time to reach their destination.

The Packers are scheduled to play the Tennessee Titans in Green Bay at noon on Sunday.

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