Downtown Loop Waterline Construction Wrapup
The City of Durham Downtown Loop Waterline Replacement project is nearing an end and more than 12,000 linear feet of 1930's era water mains in Durham's Downtown Loop has been replaced. The City appreciates your patience as finishing touches are completed. This weekend, Mangum Street between City Hall Plaza and Ramseur Street will be closed from 3 a.m. Saturday through 6 a.m. Monday for intersection restoration. Downtown businesses will remain open and accessible during the work. Parrish and Main streets will be closed to cross traffic at Mangum Street. Local access to businesses will remain open via Church, Corcoran, Orange, and Chapel Hill streets. Stamped concrete installation requires Mangum Street to remain closed until Monday at 6 a.m. to provide sufficient curing time prior to being reopened to traffic. Next week, water and sewer line replacements will continue on Roney Street between Morris and Hunt streets. Lane closures and flaggers will be used on Morris Street to maintain traffic during work in Morris Street. A portion of Roney Street will be closed to accommodate the work. Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours. Project information and updates are available on the website
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