Two projects will take place at the intersection of Addison Avenue East and Hankins Drive South beginning Sunday, March 6 to replace a damaged traffic signal and install a new utility access. The projects will require road and lane closures beginning Sunday through Saturday, March 12.
Beginning Sunday, March 6, the intersection of Addison Avenue and Hankins Drive South will be closed to non-local traffic. Electric One has contracted with the City to replace the intersection’s traffic signal that was damaged by a vehicle.
During signal replacement on Sunday, both lanes on Hankins Road South from Falls Avenue to Kimberly Road will be closed to thru traffic. And both lanes on Addison Avenue East from Eastland Drive to Champlin Road will also be closed to thru traffic. Non-local traffic should use Kimberly Road or Falls Avenue, as well as Eastland Drive or Champlin Road, to detour around the project area.
The signal replacement is expected to be completed by 2 p.m. Sunday, and both Addison Avenue and Hankins Road north of Addison will be reopened to vehicle traffic.
Hankins Road south of Addison Avenue will remain closed so that beginning Monday, March 7, Brackman can install a new utility access — or manhole — on Hankins Road south of Addison Avenue. Hankins Road South between Addison Avenue and Elizabeth Boulevard will be closed to thru traffic until the project is completed on Saturday, March 12.