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Durham Central Park Waterline Replacement Project Updates

Posted on: January 17, 2019

Project Update | January 17, 2019

Central Park Waterline Replacement Project Update and Two-Week Look Ahead

January 17, 2019

The City appreciates your ongoing patience with the work along the busy corridors associated with the Central Park Waterline Replacement Project. Additional information regarding this project can be found at: http://durhamnc.gov/1251/Durham-Central-Park-Waterline-Replacement.

Planned Road / Lane Closures will occur as follows:

  • Week of 1/21:
    • Intersection of Rigsbee Avenue and Seminary Avenue will be closed.
    • Rigsbee Avenue will be reduced to one lane northbound between West Morgan Street and Hunt Street.
    • Intersection of Foster Street and Seminary Avenue will be temporarily closed as sanitary sewer work continues.
    • Geer Street will be reduced to one lane between Washington Street and Foster Street.
    • The intersection of Washington Street and Geer Street will be closed. Business parking will be accessible.
    • Corporation Street between Rigsbee Avenue and Mangum Street may be reduced to one lane as sanitary sewer work continues.
  • Week of 1/28:
    • Rigsbee Avenue will be reduced to one lane northbound between West Morgan Street and Hunt Street.
    • Intersection of Foster Street and Seminary Avenue will be temporarily closed as sanitary sewer work continues.
    • Intersection of Corporation Street and Roney Street will be temporarily closed as sanitary sewer lines are installed.
    • Geer Street will be reduced to one lane between Washington Street and Foster Street.
    • The intersection of Washington Street and Geer Street will be closed. Business parking will be accessible.
    • Corporation Street between Rigsbee Avenue and Mangum Street may be reduced to one lane as sanitary sewer work continues.

Week of January 21, 2019:

  • Rigsbee Avenue will be reduced to one lane as water line installation continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • Residents and business owners will be contacted in advance of any service disruptions.
  • Foster Street at Seminary Avenue will be reduced to one lane as sanitary sewer work continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • Residents and business owners will be contacted in advance of any service disruptions.
  • Geer Street will be reduced to one lane as sanitary sewer installation continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • No water or sewer service disruptions are anticipated.
  • Washington Street at Geer Street will be closed as sanitary sewer installation continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • No water or sewer service disruptions are anticipated.
  • Corporation Street will be reduced to one lane as sanitary sewer installation continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • Residents and business owners will be contacted in advance of any service disruptions.

Saturday – Sunday January 26-27, 2019:

  • No work will take place on Saturday or Sunday.

Week of January 28, 2019:

  • Rigsbee Avenue will be reduced to one lane as water line installation continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • Residents and business owners will be contacted in advance of any service disruptions.
  • Foster Street at Seminary Avenue will be reduced to one lane as sanitary sewer work continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • Residents and business owners will be contacted in advance of any service disruptions.
  • Geer Street will be reduced to one lane as sanitary sewer installation continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • No water or sewer service disruptions are anticipated.
  • Washington Street at Geer Street will be closed as sanitary sewer installation continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • No water or sewer service disruptions are anticipated.
  • Corporation Street will be reduced to one lane as sanitary sewer installation continues.
    • Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours.
    • Sidewalk traffic will be disrupted.
    • Noise levels in excess of the current City noise ordinance are anticipated during work hours.
    • On-street parking will be closed in work areas.
    • Planned work hours are 7 AM to 6 PM.
    • Residents and business owners will be contacted in advance of any service disruptions.

Saturday – Sunday February 2-3, 2019:

  • Intersection of West Corporation Street and Roney Street will be temporarily closed as sanitary sewer work continues.

Additional information regarding this work can be found at www.DurhamOperationGreenlight.org. Find more information about all of the department’s current projects at www.DurhamWaterProjects.org. If you have questions, please email DowntownLoopWRP@DurhamNC.gov.

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