Lincoln urges travelers to use caution around various street projects
Lincoln on the Move and other street projects will force drivers and pedestrians to pick new routes
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Lincoln Transportation and Utilities urges drivers and pedestrians to use caution around various street projects happening nears schools.
Travelers are encouraged by the city to pick alternate routes and use caution around work zones.
Road projects happening near schools
Project completion dates are subject to change
- South Ninth Street: Project is from I-180 to South “A” Street near Everett Elementary and Park Middle School. Scheduled to be complete in September.
- Cotner Boulevard: Project on South Street to “O” Street near Eastridge Elementary, Lefler Middle School, Bryan College of Health Sciences, Holmes Elementary and Pius X Catholic High School. Scheduled to be completed in October.
- Highlands Neighborhood: Happening near Fredstrom Elementary and North American Martyrs Catholic School. It’s scheduled to be complete in October.
- South Salt Creek Neighborhood: Project will create additional parking setbacks from “F” to “D” streets on South Eighth Street around Park Middle School. It’s scheduled to begin in September and be completed later this fall.
- McPhee Elementary Neighborhood: The project will work on Goodhue Boulevard and several streets around the McPhee Elementary. Work is scheduled to begin at Goodhue Boulevard and “A” Street Monday, Aug. 16 and will be complete this fall.
- Culler Middle School Neighborhood: Project will work on several streets around Culler Middle School. Project is scheduled to be complete in late August.
- Cripple Creek Neighborhood Water Main: The project is on Crooked Creek Road and Fir Hollow Lane near Humann Elementary. It’s scheduled to be complete in October.
- West “A” Street: The project near Roper Elementary is ongoing.
For more information on all Lincoln road projects, visit lincoln.ne.gov/projects.