Lexington traffic report, week of April 29

April 29, 2013 

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

MAJOR TRAFFIC IMPACT

Georgetown Street is closed between Newtown Pike and Booker Street through Wednesday to rebuild the Georgetown Road intersection.

SIGNIFICANT TRAFFIC IMPACT

The left lane of West High Street will be blocked between South Limestone and South Upper Street on Monday for cable work.

Maintenance work on the railroad crossing between East Loudon Avenue and East Seventh Street will close Shropshire Avenue on Monday and Tuesday and Magoffin Avenue on Wednesday and Thursday.

One lane at a time of West Fourth Street will be blocked as needed between Henry Street and Newtown Pike through Wednesday to rebuild the Georgetown Street intersection.

The right lane of Winchester Road will be blocked between Dayton Avenue and Liberty Road through Friday for utility work.

One lane of Price Road will be blocked as needed between Florence Avenue and Georgetown Road through May 8 to replace utility poles.

DeRoode Street is closed between Versailles Road and McKinley Street through Dec. 31 for work on the Newtown Pike extension project.

MODERATE TRAFFIC IMPACT

The right lane of South Ashland Avenue will be blocked at East High Street through Monday for utility work.

The right lane of Maryland Avenue will be blocked at Jefferson Street through Tuesday for utility work.

A portion of Carlisle Avenue will be blocked between Bryan Avenue and Oak Hill Drive through Wednesday to install a culvert.

The right lane of Maple Avenue will be blocked at York Street through Wednesday for utility work.

One lane of Race Street will be blocked at East Fourth Street through May 6 for utility work.

Clays Mill Road will be blocked between Cromwell Way and Merrimac Drive through May 17 for construction work. Inbound traffic will be diverted to the center lane.

Lanes of Locust Avenue will be blocked as needed between Oak Hill Drive and Bryan Avenue through May 31 for utility work.

Source: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

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