• 9/22/2016

    What you can expect north of Union Street next week: 

    • Major construction work will occur six days a week both day and night. The noisiest work will stop each day by 10 PM and resume at 7 AM on weekdays and 9 AM on weekends. 
    • Face panel installation began this week and will continue intermittently through the end of the month. This work will occur at night to minimize traffic impacts. 
    • Habitat bench excavation continues.
    • Utility restoration work continues. 

    What you can expect between Union and Madison streets next week: 

    • There is no planned work between Union and Madison streets next week.

    What you can expect south of Madison Street next week: 

    • Major construction work will occur six days a week both day and night. The noisiest work will stop each day by 10 PM and resume at 7 AM on weekdays and 9 AM on weekends. 
    • The multi-use path continues to be closed between Madison and Marion streets to allow for restoration work. The Colman Dock stairs on the north side of Marion Street are also closed during this time. Ferry riders can continue to access Colman Dock via adjacent ground-level entrances just south of Marion Street and from First Avenue on the Marion Street Pedestrian Bridge.
    • Light penetrating surface (LPS) panel and cast-in-place concrete slab installation begins near Fire Station 5. 
    • Fire Station 5 deck restoration work continues.
    • Movement joint plate installation will continue in front of Colman Dock.
    • Utility restoration work continues.
    • Under-pier work continues. Hours will vary and are dependent on the tides.


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