The project is in Phase IV of four phases (southbound lanes & intersections). The contractor will continue to shift traffic between Madison Boulevard and Edgewater Drive to complete road work in this area.
Currently, the contractor is focused on the north end of the project near Madison Boulevard installing storm drain, grading, pouring curb and concrete medians. Utility relocations are complete at the Madison Boulevard intersection. The contractor will be installing new signal poles and pavement in this area during March and April. The contractor is focusing efforts on completing the north end before the start of baseball season in April 2020.
New signals, curb & gutter and landscaping in the median island, multiuse path, milling and resurfacing and striping will be installed on Madison Boulevard. Upon completion of this section, the new intersection of Madison Boulevard and all four lanes on Zeirdt Road will be fully functional through this area. The contractor will also be raising the northbound lanes near Lady Ann Lake to relieve flooding. The roadway will be raised approximately 2-feet to address clogged pipes under the existing roadway as well as stormwater increase in the area.
To prepare for shifting traffic to the northbound lanes for the remiander of the roadway, the contractor is also installing new signals and a new lane shift just south of Mountainbrook Drive. The lane shift will merge all traffic to the northbound lanes between Edgewater Drive and Martin Road. Lanes will also shift at the new signals on Martin Road intersection to accommodate all traffic on east and north side of this intersection to finish work on the reminder of the intersection. After the intersection of Madison Boulevard and 4-lanes on Zierdt Road are completed, then all traffic will shift to the northbound lanes between Edgewater Drive and Martin Road as the contractor reconstructs the existing roadway and Martin Road intersection.
The project is anticipated to be complete in fall 2021, weather permitting.
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Updated May 20, 2020