Between March 11 through March 22, 2019, the contractor will begin milling (remove existing pavement) and paving operations along Coachline Boulevard south of Twin Peaks Road and at the intersection of Continental Reserve Loop (north end) at Silverbell Road. This work schedule is dependent on weather. Rain may delay the operation.
During the week of March 18 – 22, Continental Loop Reserve will be closed at its intersection with Silverbell Road/Coachline Boulevard. This will allow the contractor to complete the work during the Spring Break holiday, thereby reducing impact to the traveling public:
North and southbound through traffic at Continental Reserve Loop will not be permitted
All southbound turn movements from Silverbell Road to Continental Reserve Loop will be restricted
East and westbound travel on Silverbell Road will be maintained
Northbound turn movements from Silverbell Road to Coachline Boulevard will be maintained
Access to businesses will be maintained
North and southbound traffic will be shifted as work progresses
One travel-lane in each direction will be maintained
Access to side streets will be intermittently impacted as work crews and equipment move through the area
Turn movements from Coachline Boulevard to both Twin Peaks and Silverbell roads will be maintained
REMINDER – Vehicles parked on Coachline Boulevard will be towed at owners’ expense
Inclement weather or mechanical failure may impact this operation
*The new pedestrian crossing at Rivulet Drive will re-open after the final paving and striping operation is completed.
For your safety and that of the contractor’s personnel, please comply with traffic control devices, flagging personnel, and/or detour signs.
Travel time through the project area may increase during construction so please adjust your schedule accordingly. Construction may restrict traffic lanes and create congestion. Taking alternate routes is suggested.
If inclement weather or other events cause delays, the work may be rescheduled without further notice.
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