This is James Russell (left), a Cleveland native who describes himself as, “just a regular guy…” He is the Work Zone Supervisor for the Opportunity Corridor. He’s a regular guy who believes in an A-1 job and integrity. Learn more about his story here.
Here’s what else is happening as part of the Cleveland Opportunity Corridor project:
NEW!! Beginning today, Tuesday, December 8 East 105th Street traffic will be restricted to a single lane in the southbound direction near Chester Avenue. In the upcoming weeks the southbound lane closure will extend through Chester Avenue toward Euclid Avenue. Work will occur in the curb lane. This restriction will continue into January 2016.
East 105th Street remains closed in both directions between Cedar Avenue and Quebec, through mid-December. Motorists are detoured via East 100th Street. Frank, Arthur, Hudson and Norman Avenues will not have direct access to East 105th Street during the closure. These streets have temporarily been made two-way streets to provide full access.
Through late December, East 105th Street is closed to southbound traffic between Carnegie and Cedar Avenues. Southbound motorists are detoured via East 100th Street. Detour map here.
What’s next for Opportunity Corridor?? This winter, upon reopening of East 105th Street to all traffic, those in the vicinity should be alert for occasional off-peak lane closures as crews perform utility work including waterline work, signal work and lighting work throughout the entire project area between Quincy and University Circle. This will continue through the spring.