Posted Tuesday, July 30th, 2013 --- 2:06 p.m.
Lane closures will be taking place on John Nolen Drive, North Shore Drive and Broom Street as crews work to improve the pedestrian/bike crossing in the area.
The project includes reconstructing two traffic islands and installing a new median and storm sewer.
Here are the lane closures that are expected to take place:
• Southbound John Nolen Drive at North Shore Drive: Two through lanes and one right-turn lane will be maintained during afternoon peak hours (3:30 - 5:30 PM). At least one through lane and one right-turn lane will be maintained at all other times.
• Eastbound North Shore Drive at John Nolen Drive: One left-turn lane and one right-turn lane will be maintained at all times.
• Eastbound Broom Street at John Nolen Drive: One left-turn and two right-turn lanes will be maintained at all times. However, during non-afternoon peak hours, the left right-turn will be dedicated for John Nolen traffic only and the right right-turn lane will be dedicated for North Shore traffic only.
The pedestrian/bike crossing at John Nolen Dr. will be open at all times.
The project is expected to last until the end of August.
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