Upcoming Street Closings For May 26-29

Friday, May 22, 2020

Here are upcoming street closings for May 26-29:

 

Ongoing Repaving Projects

 

The following locations will see occasional lane closures while undergoing repaving for the week of Tuesday, May 26 through Friday, May 29:

  • Central Avenue between E 38th Street and Lee Avenue.
  • W 31st Street between Broad Street and St. Elmo Avenue  
  • W 41st Street between Tennessee Avenue and Ochs Highway

Expect minor delays as two-way traffic is maintained by flagging.  

Station Street

 

Station Street will be closed from 5PM on Friday, May 22 until 4PM on Monday, May 25 to allow for outdoor dining by area restaurants.  CDOT is working to help businesses comply with social distancing requirements by providing the extra room in our public space.  

Reggie White Boulevard

 

Reggie While Boulevard will be closed Sunday, May 24 from 6AM until 6PM for the Chattanooga Essentials Market to enhance social distancing measures.  CDOT is working to help businesses comply with social distancing requirements by providing the extra room in our public space. 

 

Douglas Street 

 

On Tuesday, May 26, Douglas Street between E 8th Street to MLK Boulevard will be closed from 7AM until 5PM for a crane installation and lift. Detours will be posted.

 

4th Street Ramp to HWY 27 Northbound

 

The 4th Street ramp accessing HWY 27 northbound will be closed Tuesday, May 26 from 9AM until 3PM for shoulder paving. Detours will be posted directing traffic to W Martin Luther King Boulevard entrance to HWY 27 northbound. 


Williams Street

 

On Thursday, May 28, Williams Street between W 20th Street and W 19th Street will be closed from 8AM until 4PM for water service installation. Detours will be posted. 

 

Georgia Avenue

 

On Thursday, May 28, Georgia Avenue between Market Street and E 10th Street will be closed half a day for repaving. Detours will be posted. 

 

View CDOT's map of event and road closures for full details of these activities and other projects underway in our public space.


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