Fifth Street Gateway Project construction is in full construction mode.
On Monday, June 13th lane striping on the Fifth Street project was completed. The grinding and installation of turn arrows, stop bars, and crosswalks will continue for the next couple of weeks along the project corridor. All traffic cones have also been removed from the project.
The landscaping contractor began working on the plantings by the Lions Club behind the River Wall, and that work will finish up the week of June 20th.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on June 16th to celebrate the substantial completion of the project. Thank you to all that attended, and thanks to everyone involved in the project.
All business's will remain open, so access to your local merchants remains unimpeded.
Construction is scheduled to be completed in June 2016.
As always please show caution when traveling through the construction site as lane restrictions, and temporary closures are ongoing as crews work to get the project complete.
Pavement Reconstruction from Bass Pro Drive to 400’ north of Boone’s Lick Road
Pavement Widening and Overlay from 400’ north of Boone’s Lick Road to First Capitol Drive
Bi-Directional Left Turn Lane where required through project limits
Widened Sidewalks on both sides
Decorative Street Lighting on both sides from Boone's Lick Road to First Capitol Drive
Streetscape Plantings and Trees from Boone’s Lick Road to First Capitol Drive
River Wall “Gateway” Structure along Fifth Street north of Boone’s Lick Road
Decorative Retaining Walls
SCAT Bus Drop-Off
Removal of Overhead Utilities
New Traffic Signal at McDonough Street
Pedestrian Safety Improvements following ADA Guidelines
Elimination of Mid-Block Pedestrian Crossings
Bicycle Accommodations along Sixth Street
Intelligent Transportation System Infrastructure with Signal Coordination