Hillsborough Street Roundabouts


Hillsborough Street Construction Activities: Week of Nov. 23-27 by NCSITE_Todd
November 23, 2009, 2:57 pm
Filed under: Construction
Please excuse our absence, but our contractors have been so busy working on Hillsborough Street, they haven’t had time to update us on their status.
 
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
During the week of November 23-27, construction crews will be conducting the following activities:
  • Installation of sewer and water lines and storm drainage systems on the south side of Hillsborough Street starting at Horne Street and heading west to Gardner Street (2500-2600 blocks);
  • Installation of curb and gutter, brick sidewalk pavers, and paving on the south side of Hillsborough Street  from Chamberlain Drive heading west towards Pogue Street (2400-2500 blocks);
  • Installation of curb and gutter and brick sidewalk pavers on the north side of Hillsborough Street from Enterprise Street heading east towards Maiden Lane and Pullen Road (1900-2000 blocks);
  • Installation of temporary street lights;
  • Installation of curb and gutter and paving on Oberlin Road between Hillsborough Street and Pullen Road extension; and
  • Grading and preparation of various sites for future construction activities.

No weekend or night work is scheduled, and construction crews will be off on Thursday to celebrate the Thansgiving holiday.

TRAFFIC UPDATE
Vehicles:
 Traffic delays on Hillsborough Street are expected between Oberlin Road and Enterprise Street.

The Oberlin Road parking lot for Red Hot + Blue, Player’s Retreat, and Sam & Bill’s remains open for customers.  Groveland Avenue will be closed temporarily as construction activities on Oberlin Road are finished up.

Pedestrians:  New crosswalks and campus entrances have been near Frazier’s Bistro, Horne Street, and the Alley (formerly Western Lanes).

Pedestrians and customers can still access Oberlin Road businesses during the construction process.

Sidewalks on the north side of Hillsborough Street from Logan Court to Maiden Lane will be closed and pedestrian traffic will be shifted to the sidewalks on the south side of Hillsborough Street, now completed.

EVENTS UPDATE
No event updates

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