Road work: Work continues near Wharf Street roundabout

FOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALDDecember 1, 2013 

State Street roundabout

Flagger Dayna VanWeerdhuizen let's traffic through as construction crews work on finishing the round about on North State St. Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013 in Bellingham.

MATT MCDONALD — THE BELLINGHAM HERALD Buy Photo

The following streets will have traffic limitations during the week of Dec 2-6, 2013, to accommodate construction and repair, according to the City of Bellingham. Motorists are reminded that weather and road conditions can change rapidly and should plan accordingly.

Berry Street near the Wharf Street Roundabout

Berry Street may be closed between State and Forest streets to accommodate pedestrian improvements including bulb-outs and crosswalks on Berry Street.

Flaggers will be on site to direct traffic around the construction. For additional information go to this City webpageor contact Sam Shipp, P.E., Project Engineer at 778-7942 or sshipp@cob.org

E. Bakerview Road, James Street Rd to Deemer Road

Traffic will be reduced to single lanes intermittently, as weather allows, along E. Bakerview Road between James St. Road and Deemer Road while crews pave following installation of water and sewer mains.

For additional information, contact Mike Neria, Minergy Construction: mike@minergyinc.com

Harris and McKenzie avenues, 4th and 10th streets

Travelers can expect moderate truck traffic on Harris and McKenzie avenues as well as 4th and 10th streets in Fairhaven up to Interstate 5 as construction work continues associated with the Post Point Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements project.

For additional information, go to this City webpage or contact Freeman Anthony, P.E., Project Engineer, atfanthony@cob.org or 778-7924.

Alabama and Woburn Right-Turn-Lane

Traffic will be slowed to 15 mph in the westbound lane while crews modify the right-turn lane. Flaggers will be on site to direct traffic.

For additional information, go to this City webpage or contact Shane Oden, P.E., Project Engineer, atstoden@cob.org or 778-7921.

The City of Bellingham Public Works Department provides this information as a public service. It is based on currently available information. Motorists are reminded that weather and road conditions can change rapidly and should plan accordingly. When traveling through a construction area, drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians are asked to be patient, proceed with caution and obey flaggers at all times. Planned road closures and restrictions are necessary to allow for a variety of work including resurfacing, sidewalk construction, water and sewer main work, and utility cuts. Dates, times and work locations are subject to change due to inclement weather or last-minute changes in work schedules.

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