Ram's Road Warnings for July 14th - 20th

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Summertime is already busy on the roadways. Where can you expect even more traffic around Murfreesboro?

City Construction Projects for July 14 thru July 20

 

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Atmos Energy Project (W College Street/Old Nashville Highway between Thompson Lane and Florence Road)

 

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Expected Lane Closures:  Monday through Friday:  Atmos Energy will be replacing high pressure steel main lines on the east side if W College St/Old Nashville Highway between Thompson Lane and Florence Road.  There will be lane closures and traffic interruptions on W College Street/Old Nashville Highway.  Appropriate traffic controls will be in-place.

 

N Thompson Lane Re-paving Project (between NW Broad Street and Memorial Blvd)

 

Expected Lane Closures:  Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm:  Contractor for Tennessee Department of Transportation will be installing final pavement markings on N Thompson Lane.  There will be minor lane closures and traffic interruptions.  Proper traffic controls will be in place.

 

 

N Thompson Lane at Sulphur Springs Road Intersection Improvement Project

 

Expected Lane Closures:  Monday through Friday:  Traffic signal and final pavement marking work continues at this intersection. There will be minor traffic interruptions.  Proper traffic controls will be in place.

 

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

 

Expected Lane Closures:  Monday through Friday8:30 am to 4:00 pm:  Storm draingrading, moving and Bridge construction work continues on Joe B Jackson Pkwy on the east side between County Farm Road and Butler Drive/Elam Road.  Utility road crossing work resumes on Joe B Jackson Pkwy between S Church Street and County Farm Road.  There will be minor traffic interruptions for equipment and material deliveries between County Farm Road and S Church Street.  The appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

 

Singer Road Widening Project (between Florence Road and NW Broad Street)

 

Expected Road Closures:  June 19 through July 31:  The contractor for a private development will be doing roadway improvements on Singer Road between Florence Road and CSX Railroad.  This section of Singer Road will be closed to through traffic.  Access to local residents and businesses on Singer Road will be kept open at all times. Asphalt paving and curb & gutter work continues. Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

 

S Church Street Sidewalk Repair/Upgrade Project

 

Expected Lane Closures:  Monday through Friday7:30 pm to 6:00 am:  For the next two to three weeks, the contractor for City Engineering Department will be repairing and/or replacing existing sidewalks along S Church Street between I-24 and NW Broad Street.  Work entails removing and replacing existing damaged concrete sidewalk.  There will be lane closures and traffic interruptions on S Church Street.  All work will be done at night.  Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

 

Obrien Drive Storm drain Repair/Upgrade Project

 

Expected Lane Closures:  Monday, 6:00 am to 5:00 pm:  The contractor for City Engineering Department will be repairing and/or replacing storm drain pipe on Obrien Drive between Wingate Street and Delmar Ave.  Work entails removing and replacing existing storm drain pipe.  Obrien Drive will be closures between Wingate Street and Delmar Ave.  Access to local resident will be kept open at all times.  Appropriate traffic controls will be in place.

Annual City Street Paving Project

Expected Lane Closures:  Monday through Friday8:00 AM – 4:00 PM:  City milling, pavingstriping and casting crews will be working on the following streets and subdivisions:  Expect lane shifts and traffic interruptions during these operations.

 

Searcy St, Warrant St, Tune Ave, Commercial Ct and Industrial Dr, January St, February St, Smith St and Cannon St.

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