Ram's Arctic Road Blips Through February 1st

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The arctic blast is making construction work uncomfortable, but Traffic Engineer Ram Balachandran warns progress continues. In fact, he reports on potential traffic challenges now through February 1st. 

City Construction Projects 

Joe B Jackson Pkwy Construction Project (I-24 and S Church Street)


Expected Lane Closures:  Mondaythrough Friday: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm:  Storm pipe installation work continues on the north side of Joe B Jackson Pkwy between S Church Street and Parson Road.  Utility service connection work continues along Joe B Jackson between S Church Street and Stevens Bend Road.  There will be incidental lane closures and traffic interruptions.  Appropriate traffic controls will be in-place.

Overall Creek Elementary School Roadway Project (Veterans Pkwy at Mooreland Lane)


Expected Road Closures:  September 3rd 2013 through June 21st 2014:  Mooreland Lane at Veterans Pkwy closed in preparation for the new roadway construction and utility work.  All traffic to and from Veterans Pkwy and Mooreland Lane will be detoured through State Route 96 and Rucker Lane.  Proper traffic controls will be in place.

Veterans Pkwy aka Kimbro Road Widening Project (Barfield Road to Saint Andrews Drive)

Expected Lane Closures:  Mondaythrough Friday6:30 am to 4:30 pm:  Utility work continues along Veterans Pkwy.  There will be incidental lane closures and traffic interruptions. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

Private Overhead Sign Installation Project (N Frontage Road at Stones River Pl)

Expected Lane Closures: Wednesday, January 29: 7:00 pm to 3:00 pm: The contractor for Lamar Signage Company willbe installing an overhead billboard sign at the northwest corner of N Frontage Road and Stones River Pl.  Stones River Pl will be reduced to one lane with flagman directing traffic during the sign removal.  Appropriate traffic controls and will be in place.

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2014, Murfreesboro road problems, Ram Balachandran, through Feb. 1, WGNS
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