Tuesday, June 21, the north-bound right turn lane from Schifferdecker Avenue onto 32nd St. will be closed to allow work to occur in this area. The traffic signals at this intersection will be placed in the “flashing red” mode, requiring all traffic to stop at the intersection and move through it as a four-way stop. This traffic pattern will last for one day, with the traffic signal returned to normal operating mode by the end of the day. Work near the intersection will allow for the final connection of a new water main to the existing water main located under Schifferdecker Avenue.
Advanced warning signs will be in place along roadways, and modified traffic lanes will be delineated with channelizing cones. Traffic delays are expected, and drivers should consider using alternate routes during this time, if possible.
This work is being performed in conjunction with the 32nd St. Widening project, funded through the 3/8 cent Capital Improvement Sales Tax approved by voters in 2014.