South Industrial Highway Concrete Pavement Repairs and Restriping Project – East Stadium Blvd. to East Eisenhower Pkwy.
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE - Phase 2 nearly complete
Phase 1: Construction on the east (northbound) side of South Industrial
May 1 – June 7, 2021
The northbound lane removals and replacements are complete.
Phase 2: Construction on the west side of South Industrial
June 7 – July 24, 2021
One lane of southbound traffic between Stimson Street and East Eisenhower Parkway will remain open on the newly repaired east (northbound) side of South Industrial.
Between Stimson and Stadium, one lane of southbound and one lane of northbound will be open on the east side of S. Industrial. No right turns onto Stimson from South Industrial will be allowed.
Phase 3: Construction on the center of South Industrial
July 24, 2021 - August 13, 2021
One lane of southbound traffic between Stimson and Eisenhower Parkway will remain open on the repaired west (southbound) side of S. Industrial.
Between Stimson and Stadium, one lane of southbound and one lane of northbound will be open. Right turn movements onto Stimson will resume.
How might the project affect you?
Northbound bus riders are being shuttled to Briarwood Mall and transferring onto a bus.
Driveway access to all businesses will be maintained within the project limits for the duration of the planned work
Given that the proposed work will be extensive and time-consuming, the work will unavoidably disrupt normal traffic and business operations along South Industrial
Vehicular traffic and bus routes in the vicinity of the project will be impacted as a result of the planned work
Dust, noise, and inconvenience will be prevalent due to the nature of the planned construction
A Virtual Open House was held March 11
An Online Survey
was completed to gauge community understanding of project concepts and to identify concerns that require additional information and community education. The complete survey results
Why is this project being done?
The existing concrete pavement is failing and in need of repair. The infrastructure repair project provides an opportunity to incorporate non-motorized transportation features along the corridor.
By reducing the number of lanes south of Stimson from 4 lanes to 3 lanes, continuous bicycle lanes can be provided along both sides of the entire South Industrial Highway corridor.