Traffic Alert - Nov 7, 2018
This is a series of alerts that will announce construction detours and street closure information as it affects traffic. Please watch for updated traffic alerts as construction activities progress.
On Wednesday, November 7, 2018, the contractor will install temporary asphalt on the north side of Broadway Boulevard from Camino Seco to Harrison Road in preparation of an upcoming traffic shift. This paving operation will take place from approximately 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Beginning at 1 a.m. on Monday, November 12, 2018, east and westbound traffic on Broadway Boulevard will be shifted to the north side of the road between Camino Seco and Harrison Road. This shift will allow the contractor to begin drainage improvements and install new waterline, curb, sidewalk and landscaping along the south side of Broadway Boulevard. This traffic shift is scheduled to be in place through February 2019. During this work travelers in the area should expect the following:
• Traffic on Broadway Boulevard will be reduced to one lane in each direction between Harrison Road and Camino Seco
• Access to side streets on the south side of Broadway Boulevard between Harrison Road and Camino Seco will be maintained, however there may be intermittent restrictions as work progresses through the area
• Access to side streets on the north side of Broadway Boulevard between Harrison Road and Camino Seco will not be impacted during this phase of work
• Through travel and turn movements will be maintained at the Harrison Road and Camino Seco intersections
• Access to businesses and residents will be maintained
• The speed limit is reduced to 25 mph
• The contractors work hours are 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The contractor will also begin an underground utility location operation (pot holing) along Gollob Road between Broadway Boulevard and Appomattox Street. During this operation motorists should expect lane restrictions and plan for delays. This work will take place intermittently though the end of November 2018. Access to residents in the area will be maintained.
Posted November 8th, 2018