Fayette County

Lexington traffic report, week of Jan. 9

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

SPECIAL NOTES

The Division of Engineering issued land disturbance (grading) permits for the following addresses during the period Dec. 16 to Jan. 5: 729 Addison Avenue, 221 Somersly Place, 2391 Sir Barton Way, 1717 Bettys Court, 2334 Patchen Wilkes Drive, 1760 Battery Street, 1885 Falling Leaves Lane, 1821 Goodpaster Way, 23660 Old Rosebud Road, 3084 Lakecrest Drive, and 228 Ellerslie Park Boulevard. Permits are issued for six months and can include some blasting.

SIGNIFICANT TRAFFIC IMPACT

There will be a rolling blockage in the southbound lane and sidewalk area of Palumbo Drive between Codell Drive and Old Todds Road through Jan. 31 for fiber installation.

MODERATE TRAFFIC IMPACT

Part of the sidewalk at 836 Euclid Avenue will be blocked by a Dumpster through Feb. 6 while a building is being remodeled.

The sidewalk next to the northbound travel lane of North Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard will be closed between East Short and East Main streets through Tuesday while work on a parking structure is under way.

There will be a rolling blockage in the northbound travel lane and sidewalk areas of Georgetown Street between Price Road and Roosevelt Boulevard through Tuesday for sewer line repairs.

The right northbound lane of Florida Street will be blocked at West Seventh Street through Jan. 20 for utility work.

One lane at a time of Morgan Avenue between Bryan Avenue and Oak Hill Drive will be blocked from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through April 30 for sewer work.

Source: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

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