Weekly Road Closures August 31, 2019 – September 6, 2019

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New – Airline Road (Bay LTD)
Beginning Tuesday, September 3, 2019,contractors will be implementing nightly temporary lane closures on both directions of Airline Road between Williams Drive and Holly Road. Nightly lane closures will reduce traffic to two lanes, one lane for each direction, starting at 6:30pm to 6:00am for several weeks.

Update – Rodd Field Road – Saratoga Boulevard to Yorktown Boulevard (E15112, Bond 2014)
Rodd Field Road between Brook Road and Airline Road/Slough Road has been converted to ONE WAY northbound.
Traffic traveling southbound on Rodd Field Road is being detoured onto Saratoga Boulevard to Airline Road. Only local traffic should continue passed the intersection of Rodd Field Road and Saratoga Boulevard.
Motorists should be aware of the newly installed ALL WAY STOP at the intersection of Rodd Field Road and Brook Road.
The Rodd Field Road and Yorktown Boulevard intersection remains closed. Traffic traveling along Yorktown Boulevard will continue through the Rodd Field Road / Airline Road extension detour.

Slough Road (AEP)
AEP contractors will continue implementing daily temporary lane closures on Slough Road reducing traffic to one lane, for both directions, between Rodd Field Road and Pennine Way. Flaggers will assist motorists around the work zone. Temporary lane closures are estimated to be in place for several weeks and will be done daily between 8am and 7pm.

Holly Road (AEP)
Through the end of August, contractors will continue performing utility work on Holly Road between Lexington Road and Ennis Joslin Road. During this time there will be various lane closures based on the contractor’s operations. Flaggers will assist motorists around the work zone during construction hours.


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