Items tagged: Lane Closures

Bradley Avenue Construction Project Lane Closures (Between Prospect Avenue and McKinley Avenue)

Weather permitting, Otto Baum will begin work on a Bradley Avenue construction project on Monday, May 13. The project includes curb and gutter, sidewalk, and lighting upgrades and is expected to last through the end of August. Multiple lane closures are expected throughout the project.


West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III (Daily Lane Closures on University Avenue)

Stark Excavating will be performing daily lane closures as part of Phase III of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements Project. One lane of University Avenue at James Street will be closed during the day while crews are working. The daily lane closures are planned to begin at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, May 1 and […]


West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III (Daily Lane Closures)

Stark Excavating will be performing daily lane closures as part of Phase III of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements Project.  One lane on University Avenue at James Street, and one lane on Church Street at James Street will be closed during the day while crews are working. The daily lane closures are planned to […]


Lane Closures Near the Bradley Avenue/Bloomington Road Intersection

In order to complete a pavement patch in the intersection of Bradley Avenue and Bloomington Road, Illinois American Water and Shaw Brothers will close the following lanes: • One westbound lane of Bradley Avenue will be closed between Randolph Street and State Street. Westbound traffic will be reduced to one lane in the area. The […]


West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III (Street Closures and Lane Closures)

As part of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III Project, James Street between Church Street and University Avenue is closed; along with a portion of Washington Street (near Edwin Street); and a portion of Edwin Street (see map). These closures are expected to last until mid-May. Additionally, Stark Excavating will be performing […]


West Washington Street Drainage Improvements – Phase III (Single Lane Closures of Church Street at James Street)

Stark Excavating will be performing single lane closures of Church Street at the intersection with James Street as part of Phase III of the West Washington Street Drainage Improvements Project. Crews will be saw cutting the roadway pavement at the intersection of Church Street and James Street. The single lane closures are planned to begin […]


Mattis Avenue Single Lane Closures (Healey Street to John Street)

In order to perform routine storm sewer maintenance activities, Hoerr Construction, Inc. will be closing single lanes of South Mattis Avenue between Healey Street and John Street. These single lane closures will be of short length and time duration and will affect only one travel lane at any given time. This work will impact northbound […]


Bradley Avenue Lane Closures (Prospect Avenue to Neil Street)

In order to perform routine storm sewer maintenance activities, a City contractor will be closing single lanes of Bradley Avenue between Prospect Avenue and Neil Street. These single lane closures will be of short length and time duration, and the closures will affect only one travel lane at any given time. This work will impact […]


Kirby Avenue Lane Closures

In order to perform asphalt street repairs, the Public Works Department will close one lane of traffic in each direction on Kirby Avenue between First Street and Fourth Street.  The work will begin on Tuesday, September 11 at 9 a.m. and is planned to be completed by 4 p.m. Please pay close attention to construction signs […]


State Street Intermittent Lane Closures

In order to perform asphalt street repairs, the Public Works Department will intermittently close lanes of State Street between John Street and Hessel Boulevard.  The work will begin on Tuesday, September 4 and is planned to be completed by Friday, September 7. Please pay close attention to construction signs and traffic control devices.  Please proceed […]