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Lane shifts on Monday on Crossroads Boulevard for waterline replacement

The eastern lanes of Crossroads Boulevard between Greenwood Drive and Robinson Street will be closed on Monday to continue work to replace aging waterlines. Traffic will be two-way with one lane in each direction on the west side of the median. 

Local access will be available to adjacent properties. Traffic control signs will be in place to direct motorists.

Weather permitting, the waterline crossing work on the east side should be complete and the roadway reopened by Friday.  Questions can be directed to Charlie Thomas, project manager, at 366-5443.



The Crossroads Boulevard Area Waterline Replacement is a $1.2 million project to replace aging waterlines.  It includes Crossroads Boulevard from 36th Avenue NW to Robinson Street, and all side streets and cul-de-sacs south and west of Crossroads Boulevard.  Approximately 13,800 feet of water main will be replaced to prevent loss of service, water loss, line breaks, and potential damage to driveways, streets, and yards. The total project is scheduled to be complete by April of this year.

The contractor for Norman Utilities Authority is McKee Utility Contractors of Prague, Oklahoma.