TRAFFIC ALERT: Murray CSO project moves out into the streets

That’s an official alert that you should read if you are likely to travel through or near Lowman Beach, the north end of Lincoln Park, or 48th SW/Lincoln Park Way/Beach Drive SW in that area any time in the next few weeks. It’s about the Murray Combined Sewer Overflow Project‘s next phase, starting Monday, which includes work in the streets as well as work on the million-gallon tank across the street from Lowman Beach Park. Please note that the alert includes words of warning for bicycle riders and bus riders, as well as drivers.

2 Replies to "TRAFFIC ALERT: Murray CSO project moves out into the streets"

  • walker June 14, 2015 (8:55 pm)

    Will SDOT post warning signs to give motorists advance warning of the delays they will encounter? The construction intersection is a 3-way stop for Beach Dr SW, 48th SW and Lincoln Parkway SW with little opportunities to turn around to avoid the potential traffic mess. Would a sign at Beach Dr at Jacobsen Road, Eddy St SW at 48th and SW Othello at Lincoln Parkway SW help keep motorists from unknowingly enter this congested area?

    • WSB June 14, 2015 (9:00 pm)

      There are usually “ROAD WORK AHEAD” signs in most of the construction-related locations we hear about or happen onto. Won’t know about this until we check it out in person tomorrow morning.

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