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UPDATE: Alternate Lane Closures on South College, South Main Begin June 1st

 

UPDATE – June 6, 2017:

Due to inclement weather, this project has been delayed. Contractors are scheduled to begin alternate lane closures on Monday, June 12th, weather permitting. Construction is still anticipated to be complete by July 15th.


ORIGINAL POST – May 26, 2017:

Beginning Thursday, June 1st, contractors will begin overlaying alternate lanes of South College Avenue and South Main Street from Villa Maria Road to West 28th Street with a new asphalt roadway surface. Please note work will be performed on weekdays from 7 AM until 5 PM, including Saturdays as needed, and is anticipated to continue through Saturday, July 15th. The lane closures will alternate so that one southbound and one northbound lane will remain open to through traffic for the duration of the project.

  • WHAT: Lane Closures
  • WHERE: South College Avenue, South Main Street from Villa Maria Road to W. 28th Street
  • WHEN: June 1st through July 15th, weather permitting   

This work is part of the 2017 Street Maintenance Program and will be completed by Larry Young Paving, Inc. with crews starting at the intersection of West 28th Street and South Main Street progressing south to the intersection of Villa Maria Road and South College Avenue. The $1.65 million contract was awarded by Bryan City Council on March 28, 2017, and also includes brick paver replacement on Copperfield Drive and University Drive as well as additional overlay work on Congress Street, Randolph Avenue, and Rountree Drive. In addition, safety improvement projects approved through the Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) pilot program will be completed under this contract.

Drivers are encouraged to utilize alternate routes or allow extra travel time during the construction period. In addition, drivers are asked to please use caution and pay special attention when traveling through the work zone.

South Main Overlay, Phase 1

South College Overlay, Phase 2

South College Overlay, Phase 3

South College Overlay, Phase 4

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