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Main St Pavement Reconstruction Project

Work to Resume on Main St Pavement Reconstruction Project

This construction is part of City of Longmont’s Focus on South Main project and is contracted to New Design Construction of Denver, Colo.

Post Date: 02/09/2016 7:44 am
Wednesday, February 10, construction on the Main Street Pavement Reconstruction Project will resume. Moving forward, pavement reconstruction activities on Main Street will take place from just north of Ken Pratt Boulevard to 2nd Avenue. To date, about 40% of the project has been completed with installation of storm drainage improvements and reconstruction of distressed pavement being the focus. This project, which began September 2015, is scheduled to last through July 2016.

In addition to pavement reconstruction, reconstruction of the 2nd Avenue and Main Street intersection is scheduled to begin Monday, February 15. During this construction, east of the Main Street and 2nd Avenue intersection will be closed to through traffic, while local access will be maintained. Fast track concrete (hi-early concrete) will be used for intersection reconstruction in an effort to reduce overall traffic impacts. This phase of intersection reconstruction is anticipated to last for six days.

This construction is part of City of Longmont’s Focus on South Main project and is contracted to New Design Construction of Denver, Colo.

TRAVEL IMPACTS – During this phase of construction, there will be a reduction of two through travel lanes in each direction to one travel lane in each direction. This traffic configuration will be in place 24 hours a day, seven days a week, until this phase of intersection work is completed. Alternate routes are recommended via 3rd Avenue or Ken Pratt Boulevard (SH-119) to Martin Street or South Pratt Parkway.

STAY INFORMED – To get more information about this project, call 303-774-FOSM (3676) or email fosm.pavement@gmail.com. To find general Focus on South Main information and updates, visit LongmontColorado.gov/FOSM.

 

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