NEWS RELEASE 6/1/2010
|ONE-WAY STREET CONVERSION PROJECT BEGINS IN DOWNTOWN FLINT|
City Of Flint Begins One Way Street Conversion |
Project On Several Streets In Downtown Flint
Two-way traffic expected to be in place by June 1, 2010
Flint, Michigan - May 28, 2010-The City of Flint's Department of Public Works (DPW) has begun the one-way street conversion project on several streets in downtown Flint. At the completion of the project the one-way streets will be converted to accommodate two-way traffic.
The following streets are being converted from one-way to two-way:
• Grand Traverse from I-69 to Kearsley
• Kearsley/Glenwood from Harrison to Chevrolet
• First Street from Harrison to Grand Traverse
• Second Street from northbound Caesar Chavez to Glenwood
• Third Street from Stevens to Grand Traverse
• Fourth Street from Harrison to Church
The following streets will remain one-way streets but will be signed and striped for parking and bike lanes:
• Church Street
• Beach Street
• Harrison Street
Work crews will also re-stripe Saginaw Street for three lanes of traffic with center turn lane and bike lines on both sides of the street.
The one-way conversion project is expected to be complete by June 1, 2010.
For more information contact Dawn Jones at (810) 237-2039 or email@example.com