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4th Ave Ped Bridge, Trail and SidewalksFrom Bohn Park along 4th Ave over N St Vrain Creek up to High St and Lyons Elementary School
This project entails reconnecting the south neighborhood with the north to provide a safe route to the schools. A new pedestrian bridge will be constructed over St. Vrain Creek and the safe route will be built along 4th Avenue from Prospect Street to High Street. The current schedule is ongoing with plans to be complete by this summer.
What’s happening next week? 3/28 – 4/2Construct new sidewalk on 4th Ave between High St and Main StConstructing riverbank protection for the new pedestrian bridge
What’s happening the week of 4/4 – 4/9Constructing riverbank protection for the new pedestrian bridgeConstructing new ADA ramps along the west side of 4th Ave. at Broadway and MainDrilling of caissons for the new pedestrian bridge
What’s happening the week of 4/11 – 4/16Forming of the new pedestrian bridge abutments and footingsBolt bridge together
All work described is subject to change based on weather conditions and materials supply.
Traffic Impacts – Currently, the ”Curve” at Evans and 4th Avenue is closed for the remainder of the project. Periodic shoulder closures and lane closure will be occurring during work hours to complete sections of work along 4th Ave. Please adhere to any flagging operations and detour signage. Construction equipment will continue to access the ongoing work along 4th Ave to transport materials.
Safety concerns – As with any construction project, there are safety concerns with equipment and trucks working, please give them space to work and do not impede their workspace for your safety. As much as possible, please adhere to the traffic control devices signs, closures and detours.
PLEASE ALL PEDESTRIANS, STUDENTS AND BIKERS ADHERE TO THE PEDESTRAIN DETOURS AND DO NOT WALK THRU THE WORK ZONE!
Updates regarding the project will also be sent via Town eblast.