Aurora construction N 165th to N 185th and N 185th to N 192nd - City construction update

Sunday, August 21, 2011

N 165th - N 185th Streets (Marshbank Construction)

This week, crews will:
  • Stripe permanent lanes on Aurora starting Sunday night 8 pm. Work will occur each night through Friday morning. Watch for shifting, temporary single lane closures on Aurora.
  • Continue crosswalk construction at Aurora and the N 180th Street pedestrian crossing, N 175th Street, and N 170th Street. Single lanes of traffic at these locations will be temporarily closed during this work. Pedestrian access at N 170th and N 180th Streets will be closed at night and partially or fully closed during the day.
  • Continue signal mast arm installation at the intersections of Aurora and N 170th Street and Aurora and N 175th Street.
  • Pave the southeast sidewalk corner of N 185th Street and Midvale Avenue.
  • Install signage, mailboxes and railings along Aurora.
  • Continue converting electrical, phone and communications services to new underground systems and removing old overhead lines.
  • Continue landscaping along Aurora and adjusting stormwater grates and other features to ensure a smooth transition to the new pavement.

Some left and U-turn pockets on Aurora have been temporarily striped and are open to traffic. Others will be opened after final striping and signage are completed. Please pay attention to posted signage and do not use turn pockets if they are not open to traffic.

N 185th - N 192nd Streets (Johansen Excavating)

This week, crews will:
  • Continue to close N 192nd Street west of Aurora daily (9 am to 3 pm weekdays) to complete roadway excavating, grading and paving activities.
  • Continue pouring sidewalks and driveways on the west side of Aurora.
  • Grade the west side of Aurora in preparation for paving the week of August 29.
  • Continue construction activities near the Shoreline Park and Ride, including construction of the new Rain Garden Plaza.

Check the Aurora construction website for detailed construction information.


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