Road projects begin in two Kent neighborhoods

  • Monday, May 15, 2017 12:04pm
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Drivers in a couple of Kent neighborhoods will face intermittent and alternating lane closures and traffic diversions over the next several weeks for road improvement projects.

In the Seven Oaks neighborhood, crews will work from mid-May through mid-June on the East Hill along 116th Avenue Southeast between Southeast 259th Place and Southeast 256th Street on sidewalk and roadway upgrades.

Crews will work from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday with some weekend work possible. Pedestrian and vehicle traffic may be altered both during and after working hours. Traffic control will be in place.

Elsewhere, drivers in the Starlake Highlands neighborhood on the West Hill will face alternating lane closures from mid-May through mid-July along 35th Avenue South and 37th Avenue South between South 272nd Street and South 268th Street.

Crews will work from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday with weekend work possible. There will be intermittent and alternating lane closures/traffic diversions for storm system replacement, sidewalk and roadway upgrades. Pedestrian and vehicle traffic may be altered both during and after working hours. Traffic control will be in place.

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