Construction Update August 20-24
Musser, from Carson to Nevada Street will be closed.
Robinson from Carson to Nevada Street will be closed.
Proctor, Telegraph, Spear intersections will be closed during construction.
Curry Street from Musser to Robinson will be closed.
During Construction commuters should anticipate intermittent delays on Division Street.
There will be possible night work during the week.
There will be no parking in the construction zone during construction.
When possible throughout the week, Q&D will attempt to open streets and parking to traffic on a block by block basis.
Demolition/reconstruction of sidewalks, curb and gutter will be taking place along Curry from Musser to Telegraph, please anticipate limited pedestrian access only during construction hours.
The downtown corridor improvements broke ground March 7, 2016 and within only eight months of construction Carson Street received major water and sewer utility replacement. In addition, the improvements enabled accessibility to all user types, and enhanced the downtown charm to encourage tourism. The downtown corridor improvements will extend to Curry Street from Musser Street to Robinson Street, as well as beatification improvements for five east-west downtown streets between Carson Street and Curry Street. The project includes major utility and streetscape improvements along Curry Street from Musser Street to Robinson Street, as well as beatification improvements for five east-west downtown streets between Carson Street and Curry Street (Robinson Street, Spear Street, Telegraph Street, Proctor Street and Musser Street) and the Telegraph to Spear alley.
Project improvements include replacement of aging water, sewer and storm drain infrastructure, pavement rehabilitation, wider concrete/paver sidewalks, energy efficient LED street lights, undergrounding of overhead power lines, landscaping, urban street furnishings, and other streetscape amenities. The improvements will expand upon the Downtown Carson Street improvements, completed in 2016, further creating a redefined urban complete streets corridor.