Traffic Report

January 28, 2013 

Work done between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., unless otherwise noted

SIGNIFICANT TRAFFIC IMPACT

One lane and the sidewalk of Angliana Avenue will be blocked between Curry Avenue and South Broadway through, Feb. 7, for sewer and sidewalk work.

The right lane of the inner loop of Man O' War Boulevard will be blocked between Rapid Run Drive and Mt. McKinley Way through Feb. 6, to replace sidewalks.

North Limestone will be closed to through traffic between East Loudon Avenue and East Seventh Street through Wednesday for sewer work. A detour will be marked and local access will be maintained.

The outbound southbound through lane of Tates Creek Road will be diverted to the left turn lane at Cooper Drive on Monday and Tuesday to replace a water main valve.

There will be a rolling blockage of either the left or right inbound lane of Richmond Road between Woodspoint Road and North Hanover Avenue on Tuesday and Wednesday for sewer work.

There will be a rolling blockage of the right inbound lane of East Main Street between North Hanover Avenue and Eastern Avenue on Tuesday and Wednesday for sewer line inspection.

DeRoode Street will be closed between Versailles Road and McKinley Street through Dec. 31, for work on the Newtown Pike extension project. Motorists can access the neighborhood from Merino Street to McKinley Street to Byars Alley.

MODERATE TRAFFIC IMPACT

A rolling closure will block the southbound travel lane of Jefferson Street between Tower Plaza and West Main Street through Feb.. 15 for utility work.

One lane of Eastland Parkway will be blocked between Cantrill Court and Fort Sumter Drive through March 15 for stream restoration work.

NOTE: Citizens can call the Traffic Hotline at 258-3611 to hear traffic updates or check local road conditions. Get information on accidents, lane blockages, snow and ice trouble spots and road closures through Twitter (@lexwrecks) or through the Crosstown Traffic Show. The show broadcasts live from 6:30-8:30 a.m. weekday mornings on cable GTV3.

SOURCE: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

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