A Wisconsin Department of Transportation spokesperson said voters will be able to access a polling place surrounded by Verona Road construction by Election Day.
Right now, the work on the Verona Road frontage road is blocking three of four driveways into a polling place near Allied Drive.
"Ten days out, the construction was still looking a little bit intimidating to be able to have access to the polling place," District 10 Alderman Maurice Cheeks said.
Cheeks said neighbors started to bring accessibility concerns to him this past weekend. He visited the building in the 4700 block of Verona Road and realized something had to be done before people started casting ballots on Tuesday.
The concerns were voiced to the city clerk, and then passed along to the DOT.