W. 10th Ave Widening (P1714-19)

Project Description

This contract is for the improvement to widen the southside of 10th Avenue to complete a 3-lane road, with bike lanes, curb, gutter,sidewalk, storm drainage, illumination and HMA Overlay. The existing roadwaywidth is approximately 23-feet and the existing right of way is 80-feet wide.The improvement on W. 10th Ave involves widening the street to a width of44-feet between curbs to include a two-way left turn lane. This is the samestreet section that was previously improved east of the roundabout at S.Steptoe St. and W. 10th Ave. The project will include curb, gutter, separatedsidewalks, storm drainage manholes, storm drainage catch basins, street lights,sewer manholes and pipe, irrigation and landscaping.

Important Dates

Start Date:
January 2020
Estimated End Date:
August 2020
Funding Source:
Federal STP
Estimated Cost:
$1,800,000

Project Contacts

P1714-19

Status

This project site will be changing daily over the next two weeks. Various traffic control patterns will be implemented, so please drive with caution through the work zone as thinks have likely changed since you last drove through. On Monday, 6/29 the contractor will be paving the base lift asphalt on the south side of W. 10th Ave. between Lois Lane and S. Elma St. The remainder of the week the contractor will be lowering utilities in preparation for the milling of the existing road surface.

On Monday of the following week, the contractor will be milling the north side of the existing roadway. This work will be proceeded with the paving of the entire width of the roadway with a 1 ¾” overlay. Both of these operations will require a shift in the traffic flow through the work zone, so please drive with caution.

All of these operations utilize large pieces of construction equipment that are likely to cause disturbances in the form of noise and minor vibrations. Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation as we start to wrap up this project.

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Last updated 6/29/2020