Lexington traffic report, week of Jan. 12

January 12, 2014 

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

MAJOR TRAFFIC IMPACT

Inbound and outbound Clays Mill Road will be restricted to one lane in each direction between Higbee Mill Road and Twain Ridge Road through Tuesday as part of the Clays Mill Road widening project.

SIGNIFICANT TRAFFIC IMPACT

Utility work will block the outbound right lane, bike lane and parking lane of East Maxwell Street between Transylvania Park and Kentucky Avenue, and of Euclid Avenue between South Ashland Avenue and East High Street through Friday.

Grimes Mill Road will be closed at McCall's Mill Road at the Clark County line through March 31 for bridge replacement.

The right lane of the inner loop of Man o' War Boulevard will be closed between Trent Boulevard and Belleau Wood Drive through Jan. 27 for sidewalk replacement.

The right inbound lane of Nicholasville Road will be closed between Tahoma Road and Hiltonia Park through Friday for pavement repair.

The inbound left lane and median turn lane of Richmond Road will be closed at Richmond Avenue through Tuesday for manhole replacement.

The sidewalk and left turn lane of South Limestone at West Main Street and the left turn lane of West Vine Street at South Limestone will be blocked through March 7 for the CentrePointe project.

MODERATE TRAFFIC IMPACT

The LexTran parking spaces in front of the former Desha's Restaurant on East Main Street will be blocked by a dumpster through Feb. 11 for construction work.

Locust Avenue will be closed between Bryan Avenue and Oak Hill Drive through May 2 for a street and sewer project. Local access will be maintained

The right turn lane of North Limestone in front of the Fayette County Circuit Courthouse will be blocked by a dumpster through Feb. 7 for construction work.

One lane at a time of Vendor Way will be blocked between Pink Pigeon Parkway and Flying Ebony Drive through Friday for utility work.

Lanes of Waller Avenue will be blocked between the railroad and South Broadway through Friday for utility work.

Source: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

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