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Fort Wayne area road closures

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 - 11:43 am

Coliseum Blvd./US 27 work

Asphalt resurfacing preparation work as part of a $4.3 million project has begun for Indiana 930 (Coliseum Boulevard) and US 27 (Lima Road) and will continue, weather permitting. It will cause intermittent nighttime lane restrictions to accommodate initial, preparatory project work before the milling and resurfacing work begins. The work, starting on US 27 between 930 and Washington Center Road, and a 930 between Interstate 69 and Reynolds Street, will take place 7 p.m.-6 a.m. daily through April 26.

Beginning in early May, U.S. 27 between Indiana 930 and Washington Center will be restricted at night to one lane in each direction as milling and asphalt resurfacing begins.

Later this spring and summer, Indiana 930 will be milled and resurfaced, from I-69 to Parnell Avenue and from Crescent Avenue to Reynolds, just south of the cloverleaf. Again, lane restrictions will take place during evening and nighttime hours, with most restrictions being lifted at 6 a.m. daily.

The entire project is scheduled to be complete in mid-October.

Stahlhut Road to close Thursday

Stahlhut Road between Washington Center and Cook roads will be closed 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Thursday for installation of a crossover pipe by the Allen County Highway Department.

Dawson's Creek Blvd. to be closed

Dawson's Creek Boulevard will be closed to all traffic just north of Till Road (between Till and Dupont roads) Thursday and Friday. The closure will allow the contractor, Ironclad Excavating, to remove a portion of the median and construct auxiliary lanes on Dawson's Creek Boulevard for a new entrance into a residential development.

New Haven

Green Road in New Haven between Deveron Drive and North Country Knoll, including the Green-Moeller roads intersection, is scheduled to have lane restrictions through April 26 for installation of drainage structures. Flaggers will be directing drivers.