Weekly road report for Jan. 31
Published: Monday, February 1, 2010 at 7:22 a.m.
Last Modified: Monday, February 1, 2010 at 7:22 a.m.
The following road work by the Florida Department of Transportation and the city of Gainesville could impact traffic this week.
Archer Road - Crews will be repainting the roadway lines between Interstate 75 and Southwest 13th Street.
County Road 235A - Possible daytime lane closures from U.S. 441 to north of Santa Fe High School to construct sidewalks.
East University Avenue - Daytime lane closures Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. between East Third Street and Waldo Road for sidewalk repairs.
Newberry Road - Crews will be repainting the roadway lines between the Gilchrist County line and Southwest Second Avenue.
North Main Street - Possible daytime lane closures between Eighth and 23rd avenues while crews place the final pavement markings.
North Main Street - Traffic has been shifted onto the new paved lanes on the west side of the road between University and Eighth avenues. One lane in each direction will be maintained while crews reconstruct the east side of the roadway. Sections of sidewalk are closed and pedestrians should cross Main Street at designated crosswalks only.
South Main Street - Traffic is detoured around the intersection with Depot Avenue for underground utility work. Motorists will be directed to Southwest Fourth Avenue, Southwest Sixth Street, Southwest 16th Avenue and back to Main Street. Local traffic has access, but will be unable to cross the intersection.
Southwest Eighth Avenue - Work is underway to add sidewalk on the north side of the road between Southwest 75th Street and Southwest 67th Terrace, but no lane closures expected.
Southwest 122nd Street - Daytime lane closures between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. while crews widen the road to provide a 5-foot bike lane.
U.S. 41 Possible daytime lane closures at Southwest 30th Avenue south of Newberry for construction of a westbound turn lane and to pave a small section of Southwest 30th Avenue.
U.S. 301 in Orange Heights - Possible daytime lane closures just south of State Road 26 while crews work on the roadway shoulder and in the median to build a new overpass.
Waldo Road - Daytime lane closures south of Northeast 23rd Avenue near the UF Eastside campus for work on turn lanes in the median.
West University Avenue - Nighttime lane closures Sunday through Thursday from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. between 13th Street and Gale Lemerand Drive (by the O'Connell Center) for sidewalk repairs.
Depot Avenue - The roadway between Main Street and Southeast Seventh Street is closed for Gainesville Regional Utilities remediation work and City road work. Eastbound Depot Avenue traffic will be detoured to Southeast Fifth Avenue. Westbound Depot Avenue traffic will be detoured to Southeast Fifth Avenue at several cross streets. Northbound traffic on Southeast Fourth Street will be detoured to Southeast 10th Avenue.
Northwest 17th Street – The roadway will be closed between Second and Third avenues.
Northeast 24th Street – Intermittent daytime road closures between Northeast Sixth Avenue and Northeast Eighth Avenue through January due to construction of drainage pipe and pond. Access to residents will be made available at all times. Residents should use caution as large trucks are entering the roadway at Northeast Eighth Avenue and Northeast 25th Street.
Southwest Eighth Avenue Sidewalk – Expect sidewalk closure from Southwest 11th Street, east for half a block on the south side of the road through July.
Southwest 11th Street Sidewalk – Expect sidewalk closure from Southwest Eighth Avenue, south for one block on the east side of the road through July.
Southwest 12th Street - Occasional closure in the 400-600 blocks for repairs until approximately Feb. 1.
Southwest 23rd Street – Expect traffic delays due to construction of a roundabout at Southwest 35th Place.
Southwest 23rd Terrace – Expect traffic delays due to construction of a roundabout at Southwest 23rd Street and Southwest 35th Place.
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