This project will consist of reconstructing the intersection of Kino Parkway and 22nd Street by elevating Kino Parkway over 22nd Street to provide two continuous through lanes of traffic in each direction. On and off ramps will have one left turn and one right turn lane for drivers wishing to enter and exit Kino Parkway. 22nd Street will be widened to provide three through lanes in each direction, exclusive right turn lanes, and dual left turn lanes. Both roads will have bike lanes and a landscaped center median separating the traffic lanes.
This project will include new asphalt paving, bike lanes, new curbs, six-foot wide sidewalks, bus pullout improvements on 22nd street, landscaping, landscape lighting, street lighting, and traffic signalization.
The nearby intersection of 22nd Street and Cherrybelle Stravenue will be modified to restrict through traffic and a new traffic signal will also be installed at 18th Street and Park Avenue as part of the overall traffic circulation mitigation plan.
A new detention basin will be developed as part of this project. New storm drains and water modifications will also be made as part of this project.
Public art will also be included in this project and integrated into the new bridge and lighting design.
THE SIGNAL AT CHERRY AND 22ND STREET WILL BE REMOVED MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2013
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