Fayette County

Lexington traffic report, week of Sept. 24

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

SPECIAL NOTES

Traffic could be congested in downtown near Fifth Third Pavilion at Cheapside Park from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday for Central Bank Thursday Night Live. 

Traffic near Commonwealth Stadium is expected to be congested Saturday for the University of Kentucky-University of South Carolina football game. The game starts at 7 p.m. Traffic on Cooper Drive will be one-way going toward the stadium before the game and one-way on Waller Avenue going away from the stadium after the game. Motorists should use caution.

If weather permits, the Division of Traffic Engineering will install four-way stop signs and pavement markings at the intersection of Boston Road and Wyndham Hills Drive on Wednesday. Motorists should use caution while traffic adapts to the changes.

SIGNIFICANT TRAFFIC IMPACT

One inbound lane at a time of South Broadway will be blocked between Virginia Avenue and Angliana Avenue on Tuesday for pavement repair.

The outbound right lane of South Broadway will be blocked between West High Street and Pine Street on Monday for milling and paving.

There will be a rolling blockage on Man o' War Boulevard from Versailles Road to Polo Club Boulevard on Tuesday for street sweeping.

The right inbound lane of Richmond Road will be blocked between Owsley Avenue and Victory Avenue from Monday to Wednesday to repair the pavement.

There will be a rolling closure of the right lane of inbound or outbound Tates Creek Road between Dove Run Road and Turkey Foot Road through Oct. 19 to relocate street lights for an upcoming sidewalk project.

The right lane of West Maxwell Street will be blocked between Merino Street and South Broadway through Friday for utility work.

SOURCE: LEXINGTON-FAYETTE URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT

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