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ALACHUA COUNTY, FL - Alachua County Public Works is informing citizens with a monthly press release with updated information on the 16th Ave Mill and Resurface Project. During the month of July, the contractor completed the sidewalk widening from NW 55th St to NW 51st St (0.2 miles) and on the north-side of the roadway from NW 23rd Ter to NW 16th Ter St (0.9 miles). Sidewalk widening and signal work will continue throughout August and motorist should expect nighttime lane closures along the project corridor. Public Works also encourages motorists to stay informed about the project by viewing the project report sheet.
Click to view the project report (PDF). This document will be updated monthly and changes/new information will highlighted in red.
In addition to previously mentioned nighttime lane closures, the corridor will be reduced to one lane in each direction from approximately NW 31st Drive to NW 22nd St for water main relocation, gravity wall replacement, and reconstruction work (clay removal). Additionally traffic patterns will be altered from approximately NW 58th Blvd to NW 54th Ter to complete roadway widening and reconstruction. The first work zone will include partial removal of some of the medians and crape myrtles to accommodate the shift traffic; the medians and crape myrtles will be replaced at their current locations with the project. The contractor has tentatively scheduled to begin this work in early September.
The current estimated completion date for the entire project is February, 2015.
For more information, contact Alachua County Transportation Engineering Manager, Brian Singleton at 352-548-1306 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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