The project is now 85% complete.
On THURSDAY, MAY 6th, the northbound Randall Road traffic was shifted onto the two new outside lanes to allow work on the remaining left turn lanes and median installations. Impact to traffic was minimal, but please continue to drive cautiously through the work zone. With this last staging of traffic we have begun completing the final pieces of the project. This includes removal of temporary pavement, median installation and dirt placement.
The electricians continued their work on the northbound street lighting and various traffic signals installations. At this point, a majority of the permanent signals and many of the street lights have been installed. The signals will not be activated until all lanes of traffic are opened to ensure the signal heads correspond properly with the lanes. The street lighting is essentially complete and operational.
With the side street reconstructions nearing completion, remaining concrete pavement, curb, and sidewalk installation continued. Stonegate Road’s new final asphalt surface was placed. Work on Huntington Drive and Bunker Hill Drive continues toward completion.
The contractor continued work on the path. The existing sidewalk along Sherman Road connecting the new path to Bunker Hill Drive was removed and replaced with new concrete. The new path is almost complete but not open yet. Please remember this is still a construction zone and the area can’t be accessed until work is complete!
Work continued to progress on the sidewalks and the multi-use path along Randall Road and the side streets. Installation of sidewalks at the intersection corners continued.
The landscapers have been very busy as well, placing dirt and seeding various areas along Randall Road and the multi-use path.
– Various electrical work will continue including installation of the pedestrian underpass lighting.
– Landscaping operations will continue in the form of dirt installation and seed placement; on Randall Road and along the pedestrian underpass.
– Concrete work on Randall Road’s median will continue with grading for and placement of new concrete curbs and new turn lane pavement.