Cleveland: Prospect Avenue Resurfacing to Begin July 13
GARFIELD HEIGHTS (Wednesday, June 24, 2015) – On Monday, July 13, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) in coordination with the city of Cleveland and NOACA will begin a $1.6 million project to resurface Prospect Avenue between Ontario and East 22nd Streets in the city of Cleveland.
Follow the project's progress here.
Traffic will be maintained with one lane in each direction through the length of the project and access to all businesses will be maintained through the work zone. Crews will work on one half of the roadway as traffic is maintained on the opposite half. There will be NO PARKING within the work limits for the duration of the project.
Later in the project (after September), traffic will be maintained by flaggers near East 4th Street during a short portion of the project as crews work to replacement pavement nearby.
Crews will typically work Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. however may work until 7 p.m. and on weekends if needed. Work is expected to be complete this fall.
The entire project resurfaces Prospect Avenue between Ontario Street and East 22nd Street and replaces curbs, curb ramps and pavement markings. New pavement markings will include a combination of “sharrows” and bike lanes as well as a new parking arrangement. Generally speaking, parking remains between Ontario and East 14th Streets but it removed between East 14th and East 22nd Streets.
This city of Cleveland project is funded through the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) with construction administration by ODOT.
Project: Resurfacing of Prospect Avenue between Ontario Street and East 22nd Street
Contractor: Burton Scot Contractors
Bid Amount: $1,605,554.50
Estimated Completion Date: October 2015