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East King Street, Marriott Expansion
The two travel lanes have been shifted left (north) to accommodate two lanes of travel while providing a safe working zone buffer for the demolition and site preparation activity. Parking has been eliminated between Queen and Christian Streets to facilitate this shift. This shift will remain in place until the new tower is completed in 2018.
North Marshall Street & Burrowes Ave
City of Lancaster has commenced a large Green Infrastructure, pedestrian and vehicular improvements contract with its contractor, Horst Excavating. The project started in May 2017 and is expected to last through into October. Parking and daily road restrictions will occur to facilitate the work. Impacted residents will receive letters and door hangers, as well as periodic notices from the contractor or city officials.
City of Lancaster Annual Water Main Replacements
City of Lancaster will continue with water main replacements and trench restorations with its contractor, Horst Excavating. With weather cooperation, locations may include:
- Grant Street (Lime St to Shippen St)—paving will follow in summer/fall 2017
- New Street (Prince St to Duke St)—paving summer 2017
- Frederick Street, (Prince St to Queen St)—paving summer 2017
- Clay Street (Prince St to Queen St)—paving summer 2017
City of Lancaster Annual Street Improvement Program
City of Lancaster will continue with ADA curb ramps and selective roadway repairs with its contractor, Pennsy Supply. With weather cooperation, locations may include:
- College Ave (Columbia Ave to Harrisburg Ave)
Paving of Chestnut Street (Prince St to Queen St) and College Avenue (Columbia Ave to Harrisburg Ave) is scheduled for July-August 2017.
City of Lancaster ADA Curb Ramp Replacements
City of Lancaster will continue with ADA Curb Ramp Upgrades with its contractor, Doug Lamb Construction. There are approximately 75 locations in 2017 that will be upgraded. Please contact the Engineering Bureau if you have specific concerns about a location under construction.