The City of Lone Tree has scheduled concrete repairs on Lincoln Avenue between Interstate 25 and Oswego Street that began July 23 and will last 60 …
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The City of Lone Tree has scheduled concrete repairs on Lincoln
Avenue between Interstate 25 and Oswego Street that began July 23
and will last 60 days.
The construction activity requires the closure of the right and
center lane of westbound Lincoln Avenue on weekends from 8 p.m.
Fridays to 6 a.m. Mondays. There are no scheduled intersection
closures or necessary detour routes.
Since the concrete repairs require crews to place new concrete,
there is about a 10- to 12-hour timeframe in which the concrete has
to harden. During that time, both lanes will remain closed but
construction crews will not be visibly working. This is a necessary
process for concrete replacement to ensure the pavement is of high
quality and can withstand the heavy traffic of Lincoln Avenue.
Anyone with questions should contact Lone Tree Public Works at
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