Access and impacts
Access at the intersection will be maintained for people driving, biking, walking and rolling.
People using the roadway should continue to anticipate lane closures and shifts when crews are working. We will work to limit impacts and delays when possible, including during peak travel hours.
People walking and rolling through the intersection can expect crossing locations to temporarily move to accommodate construction activities.
This year, construction crews are expected to complete the majority of the improvements work, including:
- Realigning eastbound Lake Street
- Constructing the new concrete pedestrian island, medians, ramps, and curbs and gutters
- Installing underground lines for new traffic and pedestrian signals
In Spring 2020, construction crews will return to complete the improvements project with a focus on installing new traffic and pedestrian signals and wrapping up construction activities in the area.
Expect noise and dust
People in the area should expect noise and dust, as these are normal parts of construction. Efforts will be made to limit both, especially when crews are working later.