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Restricted Parking on Main Street

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In order to accommodate the public and businesses on Main Street, the contractor is performing much of their work at night. Parking restrictions are in effect along Main Street wherever traffic control barrels and cones are located . There will be some impact on parking during the day, but mostly during the night time hours. Please see expected times of impact below and help us get the word out.

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Main Street Business Access

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Access to Main Street businesses remains open during construction.

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The Week AheadrThe right turn lane at the intersection at 10th North has been re-opened.

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While crews are working on the pedestrian ramps, there may be temporary closures to some of the side streets along the east and west side of Main Street.

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Today through Friday crews will continue working on the pedestrian ramps, possibly until Monday.

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Pavement removal will begin Monday night June 20th, along the side streets; this work should take most of the week. New pavement will be placed at these intersections beginning Wednesday NightJune 22ndr.rPavement removal and replacement along Main Street itself is scheduled to start either Saturdaynight June 25th, or Sunday Night June 26th. Initially crews will be working in the center of the roadway and one lane of traffic will be open at each shoulder. As the center lanes are completed, traffic will move to these lanes and crews will remove and replace paving on the outside lanes and shoulders.

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Plan on one lane of traffic in each direction at night for two weeks once this work begins. Nighttime work hours are from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

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Pedestrians

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Crews will continue to work on the pedestrian ramps along both sides of Main Street from 300 South to 1000 North.

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Please use caution and follow signs indicating where sidewalks are open while there may be closures on either the east or west side of Main Street.

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Expected Impacts:r• There is no parking from 9:00 PM to 5:00 AM on Main Street from 1000 North to 300 South .r• One of the northbound lanes will be closed from 450 North to 900 North on Main Street from 9:00 PM to 5:00 AM from Monday the 13th and continuing each night for about a week.r• Parking along Main Street is not available in areas where crews are working.r• Cars will be towed if parked in areas where the construction crews are working.

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Project Overview

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UDOT Main Street Rehab Phase – Anticipated Start May 15thr• Reconstruct existing pedestrian ramps from 3rd South to 10th Northr• Add second northbound right turn lane from Main Street to 10th Northr• Curb and gutter work at 10th North and Main Streetr• Replace storm drain between 8th and 9th North along northbound lanesr• Reconstruct driveway approaches between 5th and 6th Northr• Replace one and a half inches of asphalt from 3rd South to 10th North

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Work consists of replacing one and a half inches of pavement from 10th North to 3rd South along Main Street, and the addition of a second northbound right turn lane at 10th North. In addition to replacing the roadway surface, crews will reconstruct existing pedestrian ramps throughout the project. Curb and gutter, storm drain and driveway approaches will be replaced or repaired at specific locations.

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During this project on-street parking will be affected in the area(s) where crews are working. Access to businesses and residences will be maintained during business hours. There may be short delays when crews are removing or replacing pavement, or trenching in front of driveway approaches.

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Nighttime workrIncludes: Milling operations to remove pavement during the road rehabilitation phase. Replacing the storm drains between 8th and 9th North.

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Daytime workrIncludes: Utility work, work to pedestrian ramps and asphalt paving operations.

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Schedule is subject to change due to weather or materials availability.

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CONTACT INFORMATIONrFor questions, concerns or email updates contact:

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Scott HenriksenrHotline: 1-800-948-4002rE-mail: sfmainstreet@utah.gov

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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