Erie Parkway Mill and Overlay Begins Sept. 12
Starting on Sept. 12 through Sept. 30, A Town of Erie contractor will begin a mill and overlay project of westbound and eastbound Erie Parkway between County Line Road and Briggs Street. Frequent traffic shifts and lane closures are expected during the construction. One lane traffic will be available in each direction through the project with minor delays when equipment and materials are being moved or placed. Delays should not exceed 10 minutes.
The traffic signals at the intersections will be active and potentially placed into flash mode, simulating a 4-way stop, for certain parts on the project. Flaggers and other traffic control personnel will help direct traffic in these instances. Drivers should expect trucks and equipment entering and exiting the work zone. Temporary rough driving surfaces may be present.
The project will begin with profile milling, followed by a 1.5” asphalt overlay, and wrapping up with street striping/pavement markings being completed though September. General work hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to dusk, and Saturday work 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. as needed. No work is expected to take place on Sundays and Holidays. As always, construction schedules are weather-dependent and subject to change based on progress and/or delays.
Motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists are urged to pay close attention to traffic control signs, reduce speeds and, if possible, avoid the construction area. Alternate routes are strongly recommended.
For additional information about this project, contact George Hubert at 303-926-2889 or email@example.com.
We apologize in advance as this will be an inconvenience at times with the road conditions, equipment, and general construction taking place. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we improve the roadway.