Construction crews at the Prospect and College intersection will begin significant work on the southwest corner beginning Tuesday, May 30 and going through the middle of next week. This work will require the following lane closures:
- May 30-June 5: Southbound College down to two through lanes, 24 hours/day
- May 30-June 7: Eastbound Prospect down to a single through lane and single left-turn lane, 24 hours/day
- June 2-June 5: College Avenue down to a single through lane in both northbound and southbound directions
During these closures, crews will install the porkchop pedestrian island, complete concrete paving along eastbound Prospect and southbound College, complete asphalt patching and finish installing the crosswalk on the southern leg of the intersection. Completing a significant amount of work during these lane closures will help limit the overall number of lane closures needed throughout the remainder of the project.
“These will be the last major traffic closures, until we complete the asphalt paving at the end of June and wrap the project up,” said Project Manager Dan Woodward. “We will still have daily lane closures until the end of June, but the major work and impacts will be behind us.”
The project remains on schedule to be complete by early July, with final asphalt paving scheduled for the weekend of June 23-25 along eastbound Prospect Road and the Remington and Prospect intersection.