Fayette County

Traffic report for Nov. 5-11

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

Significant traffic impact

One lane at a time of Leestown Road will be blocked at South Forbes Road through Friday to install new signals. Traffic will be maintained in all directions.

One lane at a time of Richmond Road will be blocked at Lakeshore Drive through Friday to install new signals. Traffic will be maintained in all directions.

One lane at a time of Nicholasville Road will be blocked at Alumni Drive/Dantzler Court through Friday to install new traffic signals. Traffic will be maintained in all directions.

Alexandria Drive will be closed at the intersection with Leestown Road and traffic will be detoured to the intersection of Trailwood Lane and Chestnut Ridge Drive from Tuesday through Friday to relocate a waterline. Leestown Road will also be narrowed in both directions at the intersection.

Lanes of South Mill Street will be blocked as needed between East Maxwell and East High streets on Wednesday and Thursday for waterline repair.

A rolling closing will block the right southbound lane of North Broadway between Lin Wal Drive and East New Circle Road from Tuesday through Wednesday for sewer work.

The right outbound lane of Newtown Pike will be blocked between West Fourth and Michigan streets through Wednesday for utility work.

Moderate traffic impact

One lane at a time of Pine Street will be blocked as needed between West High Street and South Broadway through Friday to replace a utility pole.

Burley Avenue will be closed to through traffic between Edwards and Francis avenues through Tuesday for utility work. Motorists should detour onto American Avenue.

The westbound lane of Loudon Avenue will be blocked between Newtown Pike and the railroad through Wednesday for construction work.

One lane at a time of Sparks Road will be blocked between Lagonda and Delaware avenues through Wednesday for pavement repairs.

The inbound right lane of East Main Street will be blocked by a moving van between Walton Avenue and Bell Court on Sunday.

Source: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

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