Work continues on the change from one-way streets in downtown New Albany to two-way.
Last week, milling and paving operations concluded on Spring Street, and temporary markings were placed. Crews moved to Elm this morning, and began milling there. They will then begin patching sections of roadway and then completing surface paving Wednesday-Friday of this week.
When crews are finished with Elm, they will move to Market Street to begin milling and paving. Market Street is expected to be milled on June 12th, weather permitting.
Crews have also begun installing detector housing units which will help control the signalization of the 2-way streets, once converted.
For more information about the two-way streets conversion, see our previous release here: http://newalbanycityhall.com/home/2017/5/10/two-way-streets-major-construction-to-begin-next-week