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PBOT: N Williams restriping will begin tomorrow (10/4)

Posted by on October 3rd, 2014 at 3:43 pm

Looks like PBOT will finally begin the lane restriping on N Williams Ave. Check out the news advisory they just sent out below:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

UPDATE + TRAFFIC ADVISORY
North Williams left lane closure begins on Monday, October 6

(October 3, 2014) – The contractor for this project will prepare to restripe the left lane of N Williams on Saturday, October 4 and begin to close the left lane for restriping on Monday, October 6. By Thursday, the entire left lane from NE Broadway to Killingsworth Street will close for restriping.

Travelers should expect delays. Motorists are advised to use alternate routes, such as NE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Bicyclists may continue to use the right bicycle lane on N Williams Avenue this week or may use NE Rodney Street as an alternate route. Construction hours will be 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day but the lane closure will be in effect around the clock.

Additional details about the North Williams Safety Project may be found in the news release below and at www.northwilliamssafety.org. . View the “A Safer Place for Everyone” banner campaign. View the “A Safer Place for Everyone” brochure.
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Hey, great news! And they seem to have heeded concerns about adding congestion to N Interstate Ave. Initially they were suggesting drivers use MLK and Interstate, which has been stripped down to just MLK.