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Traffic and Neighborhood Access Impacts
Sept. 12 – Sept. 29, 2008
Lane Reductions and Full Closures of Union Boulevard
Drivers should expect detours and delays, and use alternate routes when possible.
Motorists should expect traffic impacts ranging from lane closures to full overnight and weekend closures of Union Boulevardas construction crews continue work at the intersection, speeding toward completion. Most of this work will be completed at night and on weekends to minimize inconvenience to the traveling public.
Please pay close attention to the lane configurations throughout the project, as they will be changing with the new construction. Also, for the safety of the traveling public and the construction crews, please abide by the 25 MPH posted speed limits on the overpass and throughout the entire project through its completion.
Ramp traffic onto Union Boulevardfrom the Austin Bluffs overpass has been experiencing delays and backups. We thank you for your patience as construction is still necessary to complete these ramps; in the meantime the ramps will remain open to one lane of traffic. Drivers should expect delays during this time and use alternate routes when possible.
Lawrence Construction and the City of Colorado Springs ask motorists continue to be aware of the impacts and pay close attention to the signage, project advisories and/or the project hotline for more details as these construction activities continue.
Lane Reduction– Ramps onto Union Boulevardfrom AustinBluffs Overpass
Lane Closures – Austin Bluffs Parkway
Saturday, Sept. 13, 4 a.m., ongoing through Sunday, Sept. 14
Lane Closures – Union Boulevard
Saturday, Sept. 13, 4 a.m. ongoing through Sunday, Sept. 14
Overnight Full Closure – Union Boulevard
Sunday, Sept. 14, 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Overnight Lane Closures – Austin Bluffs Parkway
Monday, Sept. 15, 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Overnight Lane Closures – Union Boulevard
Monday, Sept. 15 and 16, 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Weekend Full Closure – Union Boulevard
Friday- Monday, Sept. 26 – 29
Work begins at 8 p.m. on Friday and will be complete by 6 a.m. Monday
For information or questions on construction impacts, please call the project hotline at (719) 598-2605 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority was formed when voters in Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, GreenMountain Fallsand El Paso County approved a one percent sales tax in November of 2004 to address infrastructure and transit needs in the region. The tax revenue is divided into three categories: 55% capital improvements, 35% maintenance, and 10% transit. The capital portion of the tax will sunset at the end of the year 2014.