October 26, 2012
N. Denver Ave Roadway Repairs Update
Denver is Open to Traffic!
Crews pulled away the barricades and reopened N. Denver Ave to traffic this morning. The new concrete pavement had cured sufficiently to take traffic loads. TriMet Line 4 is back on its regular route. The temporary no parking signs and detour signs have been removed from the detour routes along Watts, Fenwick, Kilpatrick and Brandon.
Weather permitting, crews will return to install new bike lane markings between N. Watts and N. Willis and will mark new crosswalks at N. Schofield and N. McClellan. During this work, N. Denver can remain open to traffic. The contractor will have temporary lane closures in place and flaggers will direct motorists around the work zone.
For more information about the project, please visit our web site at: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/denver If you have questions about the project, please contact Jean Senechal Biggs at 503-823-7211 or email@example.com.
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