East 6th Street and St. Clair Avenue Resurfacing Project

On Monday August 18, weather permitting, work will begin on the East 6th Street and St. Clair Avenue resurfacing project. This resurfacing project will be conducted in two phases and is scheduled to be completed on October 24, 2014.

East 6th Street and St. Clair Avenue Resurfacing Project

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Phase I (August 18, 2014 – September 24, 2014):

Phase I of the project involves the resurfacing of East 6th Street (Lakeside Avenue to Superior Avenue) and the resurfacing of St. Clair Avenue (East 6th Street to Ontario Street). On East 6th Street, traffic will be maintained in one lane, each direction, on the west side of the roadway, both northbound and southbound, during all construction on the east side of the roadway. Once construction on the east side of the roadway is completed, work will be shifted onto the west side of the roadway and traffic will be maintained on the east side.

On St. Clair Avenue, traffic will be maintained in one lane, each direction, on the north side of the roadway, both eastbound and westbound, during all construction on the south side of the roadway. Once construction on the south side of the roadway is completed, work will be shifted onto the north side of the roadway and traffic will be maintained on the south side.

Phase II (September 25, 2014 – October 24, 2014):

Phase II of the project involves additional resurfacing of St. Clair Avenue (Ontario Street to West 9th Street). On St. Clair Avenue, traffic will be maintained in one lane, each direction, on the north side of the road way, both eastbound and westbound, while construction is occurring on the south side of the roadway. Once construction on the south side of the roadway is completed, work will be shifted onto the north side of the roadway and traffic will be maintained on the south side.

Improvements to both East 6th Street and St. Clair Avenue will include grinding and the installment of 3 inches of asphalt, base repairs, and upgrading ADA compliant ramps where needed.