Temporary Lane Closures of 22nd Street and Osborne Avenue to begin September 11, 2017 for Site Development

Temporary Lane Closures of 22nd Street and Osborne Avenue to begin September 11, 2017 for Site Development

Temporary Lane Closures of 22nd Street and Osborne Avenue to begin September 11, 2017 for Site Development

A portion of N 22nd Street between E Hillsborough Avenue and E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and a portion of E Osborne Avenue between N 34th Street and N 15th Street will close beginning on Monday, September 11, 2017.  The lane closures will allow a private contractor to construct sidewalks, driveway and curbing for site developments at the northwest and southwest corners of the intersection of N 22nd Street and E Osbourne Avenue.

One (1) southbound lane on N 22nd Street between E Ellicott Street and E Cayuga Street and one (1) westbound lane on E Osborne Avenue between the Middleton High School driveway and N 20th Street will close at 9 am on September 11, 2017 for work at the northwestern corner of the N 22nd Street and E Osbourne Avenue intersection. 

After completion of work at the northwestern corner, one (1) eastbound lane on E Osborne Avenue between N 20th Street and the Middleton High School driveway will then close for work at the southwestern corner of the N 22nd Street and E Osbourne Avenue intersection.

Traffic will be maintained in all directions on N 22nd Street and on E Osborne Avenue during construction, with delays.  It is anticipated the work will be completed by 4 pm on Friday, September 15, 2017, weather permitting. 

The City recommends using alternate routes to avoid traffic congestion.

Northbound and southbound can use 15th Street between E Hillsborough Avenue and E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in lieu of N 22nd Street.  E Hillsborough Avenue and E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard can be used to travel eastbound and westbound between N 34th Street and N 15th Street in lieu of E Osborne Avenue.

 

See all road closures at www.tampagov.net/RoadClosures

For additional information, please contact:

Catherine M. Coyle, Planning & Urban Design Manager

City of Tampa Planning & Development Department

(813) 274-3100, Option 4; catherine.coyle@tampagov.net

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Published at Fri, 01 Sep 2017 21:25:34 +0000