Traffic Alert, Nov. 17, 2013
Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week:
■ 22 Road Realignment Project at U.S. Highway 6: Traffic on U.S. Highway 6 between Valley Court and Sanford Drive is narrowed to one lane in both directions and shifted to the north side of the highway. 22 Road north of U.S. Highway 6 has reopened to through traffic. Work off the roadway will continue and result in daytime shoulder closures. There will be lane shifts during the day on U.S. Highway 6 to accommodate lane striping and installation of street lighting and signage.
■ 29 Road Overpass at I-70B: Crews are repainting the catch fence that runs along both sides of the overpass. 29 Road will be restricted to a single lane in one direction or the other throughout the coming week. Expect delays.
■ Patterson Road between First Street and Seventh Street: There will be a lane closure on eastbound Patterson Road today. Crews will be installing overhead fiber lines. Delays can be expected.
■ North Avenue between Seventh Street and 12th Street: North Avenue will have both eastbound and westbound lane closures this week. Crews are locating existing utility lines in preparation for an upcoming streetlight upgrade project. Delays can be expected.
■ Industrial Boulevard between 24 1/2 Road and 25 Road: Street will be closed Monday and Tuesday for utility work in front of 2466 Industrial Blvd. Detour route will be in place. Business access will be provided.
■ 15th Street between Orchard Avenue and Cedar Avenue: 15th Street will be closed for sanitary sewer construction. Detour route will be in place. Local access will be provided.
■ Colorado Avenue, Sixth Street to 12th Street: Colorado Avenue will see some closures during the week. The 24-inch sanitary sewer line is being rehabilitated as part of the 2013 Sewer Interceptor Repair and Replacement Project. Local access will be provided.
■ Leaf Removal Program: Slow down and drive with caution in neighborhoods where City crews are picking up leaves.
For additional project information, visit http://www.gjcity.org.