Photos: New lanes painted on Richmond Beach Road for rechannelization

Tuesday, May 1, 2018


Photos by Wayne Pridemore

Painting the new rechannelization lanes began Tuesday morning on NW 196th between 20th Ave NW and 23rd Ave NW.


There was one lane of traffic open as the section was painted. Rechannelization goes from NW 198th to Dayton Ave N. Dayton to Aurora retains the original configuration.



The work is slow and methodical


A study in concentration


Yellow lines mark the new center lanes.



 The old lines have been completed ground off and covered up. This view is down the new center turn lane.



2 comments:

Anonymous,  May 3, 2018 at 4:11 PM  

OMG! I saw a biker on RBR today. Not a commuter, but a biker. Still have not seen ONE biker in those impressive bike lanes on 8th N.W. Sure glad I pay for roads that are becoming obsolete. Maybe I will just drive through the yards of the city council to get to work.

Anonymous,  May 8, 2018 at 12:51 PM  

Speaking of obsolete, please pick up your "Save our Roads" signs that are littering RBR. Thank you!

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