Fayette County

Lexington traffic report, week of Dec. 16

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

MAJOR TRAFFIC IMPACT

Inbound and outbound Clays Mill Road will be restricted to one lane in each direction between Higbee Mill and Twain Ridge roads through Jan. 10 as part of the Clays Mill Road widening project.

SIGNIFICANT TRAFFIC IMPACT

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

The right lane and bike lane of East Maxwell Street will be blocked between South Martin Luther King Boulevard and Stone Avenue through Dec. 27 for pavement repair.

Grimes Mill Road is closed at McCalls Mill Road at the Clark County line through Dec. 31 for construction of a bridge.

The right inbound lane of Nicholasville Road will be blocked between Tahoma Road and Hiltonia Park from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. through Dec. 23 for utility work.

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

The southbound lane of Woodland Avenue is closed between Rose Lane and Hilltop Avenue through Dec. 23 for sewer line excavation.

MODERATE TRAFFIC IMPACT

The center turn lane of Leestown Road will be blocked as needed between Trade Center and Greendale roads through Friday for utility work.

Locust Avenue is closed between Bryan Avenue and Oak Hill Drive, with local access maintained, through May 2 for a street and sewer project.

The right lane of Masterson Station Drive will be blocked at Leestown Road through Friday for utility work.

The right lane of Richmond Road will be blocked at St. Margaret Drive through Thursday for pavement repairs.

One lane of St. Margaret Drive will be blocked as needed between St. Christopher and St. Michael drives through Friday for utility work.

The right lane of White Oak Trace will be blocked at Leestown Road through Friday for utility work.

Source: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government

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