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Highway 93 to be reduced to one lane beginning May 12

May 8, 2018

As construction continues on Highway 93 to upgrade the electrical infrastructure and chilled water lines, workers will shift the barricades that are currently on the road to close an additional lane. As a result, only one lane of travel from Cherry Road to Sherman Road (heading westbound toward Seneca) will be available from Saturday, May 12 to Sunday, August 12. Drivers should expect intermittent shifts in the roadway and are asked to watch for the road signs that signal the shift.

As construction progresses, this closure will be expanded further along 93, past Sherman Road.

The Sikes Hall parking lot will be inaccessible for those entering Calhoun Drive from 93. However, Parkway can still be reached by entering Calhoun from Fort Hill St. or Fernow St.

Updates on the speed of construction will be posted weekly if not daily to this blog. Timeframes are subject to change based on weather and logistics.

A single lane will be available for travel heading westbound toward Seneca. Click to enlarge.

A single lane will be available for travel heading westbound toward Seneca. Click to enlarge.

Traffic approaching this intersection will be detoured onto Cherry Road. Click to enlarge.

Traffic approaching this intersection will be detoured onto Cherry Road. Click to enlarge.



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