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90th Ave to Heritage Dr S.W. - SW BRT Construction

 
 

Road work and traffic signal construction at the intersection of Heritage Drive and 14 Street S.W. has started.

The City is taking steps to minimize the impact of construction to residents and commuters. The construction staging between 90 Avenue and Heritage Drive S.W. is shown to the right.

Lane closures are typically scheduled between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. There may be times when crews need to set up lane closures and detours before 9 a.m. These closures will not be in the direction of the heaviest rush hour traffic flow. Weekend closures are typically planned between 7a.m. and 7 p.m.

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Construction update

December 10, 2018

Crews are completing the finishing touches to the retaining wall adjacent to the Heritage Park trolley tracks. Work on the realignment of the trolley tracks is completed, and work on the overhead catenary system is expected to begin in January.

Crews have completed the final tie-in of the storm water siphon at the northwest corner of the 90 Avenue and 14 Street S.W. intersection. Work continues on the south section of the vehicle bridge deck in preparation to shifting traffic to the second stage of the detour in order to begin work on the north half of the vehicle bridge. The south underpass retaining walls are currently underway, as well as the piling for the underpass and excavation for the storm water pump station.

Piling has been completed for the 90 Avenue S.W. pedestrian overpass in the northwest corner of the 90 Avenue and 14 Street S.W. intersection and will begin on the east side of 14 Street S.W. Utility relocations and removals on the east side of 14 Street S.W. at the 90 Avenue S.W. intersection are ongoing.

 

Upcoming detours and lane closures

Monday, December 10

  • A section of the merge lane from southbound 14 Street S.W. to Heritage Drive S.W. will be closed

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