MOUNT PLEASANT, SC (September 15, 2017) - Construction of the Coleman Boulevard Capital Improvement project will begin on Sunday, September 17. The project involves installation of significant storm drainage infrastructure, enhanced bicycle and pedestrian facilities, a landscaped median, on-street parking, street lighting and an adaptive signal system. Work will also include replacement and upgrades to existing water and sewer lines. Motorists can expect to see varying levels of traffic control between Mill Street and Fairmont Avenue over the 24-month duration of the project.
For the first phase of construction, the outside westbound through-lane between Mill Street and Fairmont Avenue will be closed between signalized intersections. Through-traffic will be shifted to utilize the center turn-lane as a through-lane during this phase. A left-turn lane and two through lanes will be maintained on the approaches at each signalized intersection. While two lanes will continually be available for through-traffic, absence of the center lane for left-turns will likely cause delays when left turns are made from the through-lane to access businesses. Motorists should be mindful of this changed condition and use caution when traveling in the construction zone.
If you have questions regarding the construction traffic control plans or any other aspect of the project, contact Ed Barbee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (843) 640-2422.