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Traffic changes coming to several local intersections – Riverside, California

Riverside, California 2021-09-07 19:42:28 –

Work will begin in two locations on Tuesday. The first location is Staples Street, which runs along the mall between McCardle Road and SPID.

Corpus Christi, Texas — Some roads around La Palmela Mall will be in the spotlight in the coming days. That is, the driver needs to be careful.

Most people know the work of the Bond project on the airline road in front of the Gulfway shopping center. Fortunately, this should be completed by mid-October and will come with new roads, as well as new sidewalks, curbs and gutters.

However, those who are accustomed to using nearby streets to temporarily avoid the area may need to rethink their routes.

Today, work begins in two places. The first is Staples Street, which runs along the mall between McCardle Road and SPID.

Brett Van Hazel of Corpus Christi’s engineering department states that this is actually Phase 2 of the factory and overlay project. This means that some lanes on that street will be closed every night from 8pm to 6am, except this Friday and Saturday.

“In this section, it’s a factory,” says Van Hazel. “They come in, remove the two-inch of the existing road and replace the new two-inch road. It will happen at night for the next two weeks.”

Now, if you do most of your driving during the daytime hours, what you need to be aware of is that part of the Weber Road between McCardle and SPID.

From today to next week, the crew will install a new asphalt road there and close various lanes every morning from 8:30 to 4:30 pm.

If you’re wondering if any of these are really needed, Van Hazel says it’s actually part of the city’s street preventive maintenance program.

Van Hazel said: The trackbed is stable and will not experience these obstacles in the future. “

As always, drivers are advised to be patient and prioritize safety by following detour signs or looking for alternative routes.

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