24-Hour Flaggers Coming to Four Mile Road
Beginning this Wednesday, September 15, construction at the roundabout on South Midland will necessitate a change in the three-way stop configuration. For the next two weeks, traffic will alternate through single lane that is managed 24-hours a day by flaggers.
The first half of the new roundabout on South Midland has been graded and cured while other progress continues on the second half, including installation of a new storm drainage and utilities.
TODAY - CCC Meeting and Site Tour
The next meeting of the South Midland Community Communications Coalition (CCC) has been rescheduled to today, Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021, from 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at Sullivan Park (1500 Mt Sopris Dr.) in Glenwood Springs. The project construction team will be on hand to give tours, answer questions, provide updates. Everyone is welcome. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-618-5379.
About the South Midland Reconstruction Project
The 18-month-long reconstruction project will better serve the South Glenwood Springs Community for years to come. The South Midland corridor had been prone to potholes, poor site lines, regular rockfall events, and there were gaps in pedestrian infrastructure amidst the backdrop of rising traffic volumes. Approximately one-third of Glenwood Springs residents use this corridor, so that is why it is critical to Keep South Midland Moving. Construction activities began in December 2020 and will continue through Summer 2022.
PROJECT INFORMATION | INFORMACIÓN SOBRE EL PROYECTO
Phone (call or text) | Teléfono (llamar o por texto): 970-618-5379
Webpage | Sitio web: cogs.us/SouthMidland