Temporary Lane Closures on W Kennedy Boulevard to begin February 17, 2018 for Utility Construction

02/09/18

A portion of W Kennedy Boulevard between N Boulevard and N Armenia Avenue/N Howard Avenue will close beginning on Saturday, February 17, 2018 for utility construction. A private contractor will be installing a water service for 1711 W Kennedy Boulevard. Two (2) westbound lanes on W Kennedy Boulevard between N Oregon Avenue and N Albany Avenue and one (1) eastbound lane on W Kennedy Boulevard between S Albany Avenue and S Dakota Avenue will close at 9 am on February 17, 2018. 

One (1) westbound lane and one (1) eastbound lane will be maintained on the south side of W Kennedy Boulevard between N Oregon Avenue and N Albany Avenue during construction, with delays.
Sidewalks on the north side of W Kennedy Boulevard between N Rome Avenue and N Freemont Avenue will be closed during construction. Pedestrian access will be maintained via signage to other sidewalks in the area at all times.
All lanes on W Kennedy Boulevard between N Oregon Avenue and N Albany Avenue will reopen to traffic by 4 pm on Sunday, February 18, 2018, weather permitting.
The City recommends using alternate routes to avoid traffic congestion.
A hi-resolution map with the City of Tampa’s suggested alternate vehicular route can be found embedded below. Trucks can use W Cypress Street between N Boulevard and N Armenia Avenue/N Howard Avenue in lieu of W Kennedy Boulevard.

Temporary Lane Closures on W Kennedy Boulevard to begin February 17, 2018 for Utility Construction, to be released today, February 9, 2018

CWS-18-0000231

See all road closures at www.tampagov.net/RoadClosures

For additional information, please contact:
Don Cermeno, Construction Engineer
City of Tampa Contract Administration / Construction Management
(813) 635-3400; don.cermeno@tampagov.net

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