Superior Street between 27th Street and Cornhusker Hwy Concrete Pavement Repair Project
Updated May 24, 2018
Work will resume June 4, 2018 at the intersection of North 27th and Superior streets to complete the final portion of this pavement repair project, which began in 2017. Traffic will be restricted to one lane in all directions, including left turn lanes. These remaining repairs were delayed until this year to coordinate with favorable construction weather and lower traffic volumes associated with school not being in session. Work is anticipated to continue through through June 27, and digital message boards will alert drivers to changes.
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Preliminary Plan Not Final – Subject to Change
- Project Area
Purpose and Need
This is a pavement preservation project intended to maintain and improve the driving surface of the existing roadway facility. The need for the improvement is based upon information from the City of Lincoln’s Pavement Management System (overall condition rating) and visual inspections by City staff.
Scope of Work
The project consists of replacing and/or repairing concrete panels, joints, median surfacing, curbs, and curb inlets within the street that are deteriorated. Areas of the project with asphalt paving will be replaced with full depth concrete.
- Proposed Pavement Repairs Map (8.25 M)
Access During Construction
Work will be completed under lane closures, allowing Superior Street to stay open during construction. Due to the location of the repairs, there may be times when turn lanes are closed. Access to businsses and residences will be maintained but may be limited at times. Pedestrians and bicyclists may be directed to alternate crossings while repairs are made in crosswalks.
All work is anticipated to take place within existing right-of-way and easements.
Impacts to wetlands are not anticipated.
Traffic Volume Estimates:
Superior Street, 27th to Cornhusker
|Vehicles Per Day:||24,600||27,200|
Estimated Cost of the Project
This pavement preservation project is eligible to receive 80 percent federal funding for construction and construction engineering, with a 20 percent local funding match. The cost of the proposed project is approximately $3.4 million and would derive from federal and local funding sources.
Lance Murry, Construction Project Manager
Erin Sokolik, Project Engineer
City of Lincoln, Engineering Services