The City of Amarillo's Capital Projects and Development Engineering contractors will begin repairs of an existing storm sewer line at S.E. 34th Avenue and S. Grand Street Monday, Sept. 19.
For the conclusion of this project, traffic moving east and west along 34th Avenue will be reduced to one lane in each direction. Detours will be set in place for those motorists wishing to turn left onto Grand Street. All right hand turns at the intersection of 34th Avenue and Grand Street will remain open.
* Eastbound 34th Avenue wanting to access northbound Grand Street will be detoured at Fairfield Street to 32nd Avenue and back to Grand Street
* Westbound 34th Avenue wanting to access southbound Grand Street will be detoured at Harris Drive to 35th Avenue and back to Grand Street
* Southbound Grand Street traffic will be detoured on to 32nd Avenue to Fairfield Street and back to 34th Avenue
* Northbound Grand Street traffic will be detoured on to 35th Avenue to Harris Drive and back to 34th Avenue
The work is scheduled to be completed by Wednesday, Sept. 21.
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