LINCOLN, Neb. -- The City of Lincoln is planning to mill and overlay 33rd Street from "P" to Holdrege.
The existing asphalt pavement will be milled off. The concrete base will be removed in the center lane and at the approaches to the Vine Street intersection.
New concrete base will be poured in the center lane and at the Vine Street approaches. The roadway will be overlaid with new asphalt and pavement markings.
Pedestrian curb ramps along 33rd Street will be reconstructed to meet ADA standards. The MoPac Trail crossing will be upgraded to ADA standards and will be outfitted with "Rapid Flashing Beacons." The traffic signal at 33rd and Vine Street also will be rebuilt.
Construction for the project is scheduled to begin May 27, 2014, weather permitting. The contractor will perform the work in two phases.
Phase 1 will take place from "P" Street to "W" Street, including the traffic signal and concrete work at the Vine Street intersection. Phase 2 will take place from "W" Street to Holdrege Street. 33rd Street is expected to be open to through traffic by August 31, 2014, and the project is expected to be completed by September 14, 2014.
Access During Construction
While under construction, 33rd Street will be closed to through traffic. Traffic from 33rd Street will be detoured using 27th Street and 48th Street . Vine Street will remain open to one-through lane in both the east and west directions.
The City and Contractor will work with local businesses regarding access during construction. Access to local residences may be restricted at times. Closure of driveways will not exceed 7-10 days.