Project To Increase Pedestrian Safety And 124th Street South Starts
A task to raise pedestrian safety, movement and also ease of access along sections of 12th Method South and also 124th Street South will begin July 6. The work is expected to be total in late August.
The task location lies near Pacific Lutheran University in Park. A map showing the project area is offered at www.piercecountywa.gov/crp5877.
Work hrs will certainly be 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. The roads may be minimized to one lane with alternating website traffic throughout job hrs.
Crews will certainly mount sidewalks on the north side of 124th Street South in between Avenue South Residences and 10th Method South. Pathways will certainly likewise be mounted on the east side of Avenue South Residences between 123rd Road South as well as 124th Road South.
Street lights will be mounted along 124th Road South and 12th Avenue South in the project area. A marked crosswalk with a pedestrian-activated blinking sign will certainly be installed across 12th Method South just north of 123rd Street South.
Crews will get rid of greenery as well as debris from the project website July 6-10. Utility relocation work will run from July 13-24.
From July 27 to Aug. 14, crews will certainly set up visual, rain gutter and pathway.
Teams will certainly install the crosswalk markings and the flashing sign and also tidy up the site in late August.
The project’s professional is Nordvind Company. The building price is approximately $280,000. This task is funded with a combination of Washington State Transport Improvement Board Pathway Program funds and Region Road Finances.