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East Main Street Waterline Replacement Project Update
As minor touch-up and restorative work is finalized in the Downtown Loop, further improvements to the City’s waterline infrastructure will continue along the East Main Street corridor. No work is planned for this weekend. Next week, restoration of sidewalks, curb, etc. and abandonment of existing waterlines in East Main Street between Roxboro and Fayetteville streets, Hood Street, South Elizabeth Street, and Ramseur Street will continue. Lane shifts and flaggers will be used to maintain traffic at isolated locations in the project area. Through traffic on East Main Street will be maintained. Stormwater installation will begin on East Main Street between South Elizabeth, Commerce and Hood streets. Through traffic on East Main Street will be maintained. Existing stamped concrete in East Main Street on the west side of Roxboro Street will be removed. Lane closures and shifts will be used to maintain traffic in both directions during work. Additional information regarding this project can be found on the website.
Central Park Waterline Replacement Project Update
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 on the website. Next week, Fuller Street will be closed between Corporation Street and Fernway Avenue. Traffic control signs and markings will be used for all traffic detours. On-street parking will be closed in work areas. Planned work hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. No water or sewer service disruptions are anticipated.
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