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The project is open to one-lane traffic in each direction. Excessive speed has been an issue especially in the downhill direction and possess a safety risk for workers. It is imperative that drivers understand this is an active construction site and to proceed S L O W L Ythrough the work zone. The 15-mph speed limitis being aggressively enforced by the police. Pedestrian and bicycle access is provided on the soft surface material through a defined path with a crossing guard at designated locations.
Access from Mt. Werner Rd to Steamboat Blvd is still on track to be available in mid-August. Work has been focused on the north side of the roadway with a large junction box and storm line installed so the sidewalks by the Porches can open soon.
Even with the reopening of traffic access, project construction efforts will continue in full force through late October to early November. Work runs from 7am to 7pm, Monday through Friday. The project team hosts bi-weekly virtual meetings at 10am with the final July meeting scheduled for July 30. engagesteamboat.net/roundabout
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