70th from Colfax to Havelock

Project Summary

This project improved 70th Street from Colfax to Havelock avenues through a mill and overlay of the existing asphalt surface and roadway base repairs where required. Additional work included:

  • Pavement markings
  • Upgrades to the existing curb ramps to comply with the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements
  • Priority sidewalk repairs
  • Installation of a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) at the Murdoch Trail crossing
Resurfaced roadway and improved trail crossing(JPG, 345KB) Resurfaced roadway and improved trail crossing

This project was coordinated with a construction package that includes streets in the Havelock Neighborhood Residential Package: N 57th Street, Greenwood Street to Hartley Street; Greenwood Street, N 56th Street to N 60th Street; Hartley Street, N 56th Street to N 66th Street; N 62nd Street, Judson Street to Fremont Street; Gladstone Street, N 65th Street to N 68th Street; Willow Avenue, N 68th Street to N 70th Street.

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Funding Details

This project was programmed as a part of the commitment to voters to invest significant sales tax funds into improvement of existing streets. The project was funded jointly from the Highway Allocation Funds (aka-Gas Tax) and ¼ cent sales tax for streets in accordance with ballot language. The programmed project scope was changed during design so the budgeted money that was Lincoln on the Move, $800,000 and Highway Allocation Funds, $200,000 was significantly more than needed. Including design and construction engineering, construction project costs were $412,295.


Construction began June 15, 2020 and was completed ahead of schedule on July 3, 2020.

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