Aurora construction N 165th to N 185th - City construction update

Sunday, August 28, 2011

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

This week, crews will:
  • Stripe permanent lanes on Aurora starting Sunday night (8:00 p.m.). Work will occur each night through Friday morning. Watch for shifting, temporary single lane closures on Aurora.
  • Continue crosswalk construction at Aurora and Midvale Avenue. Single lane closures and traffic delays are expected.
  • Continue adjusting grates and other iron features on Aurora to ensure a smooth transition to the new pavement. A single north and southbound lane may be intermittently closed.
  • Install concrete curbs ("C-curbs") on Aurora, N 175th Street, and N 185th Street and continue wiring new signals and street lights.
  • Pour the southeast sidewalk corner of N 185th Street and Midvale Avenue.
  • Continue landscaping and installing signage, railings, and mailboxes along Aurora, N 175th Street, and N 185th Street. A single north and southbound lane on Aurora may be intermittently closed.
  • Continue converting electrical, phone, and communications services to new underground systems and removing old overhead lines.

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

This week, crews will:
  • Work at night to pave the work zone along the west side of Aurora. Paving is expected to be complete by Friday morning (weather permitting).
  • Continue intermittently closing N 192nd Street west of Aurora to complete paving activities.
  • Continue pouring sidewalks on the west side of Aurora.
  • Finish installing new stormwater and communication systems on N 192nd Street east of Aurora within the temporary work zone.
  • Continue planning for major excavating, grading and paving work at the N 192nd Street intersection scheduled for mid-September. Following intersection work, crews will shift construction to the east side of Aurora.
  • Continue construction activities near the Shoreline Park & Ride. Work near the park and ride lot will continue through early 2012.


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