Construction Zone 06-19-11

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Public Works Projects:
For more information about the projects listed below, please e-mail lacpw@lacnm.us or call 662-8150.

Diamond Drive Phase 4 2011
Northbound from the Bridge – No left onto Canyon Road; use University.  The right turn slip lane onto eastbound Trinity is closed; motorists in the right lane must turn right onto eastbound Trinity at the signalized intersection. The left lane continues through the work zone.
Southbound from University Drive – Expect two southbound lanes south of Sandia.  The left lane is a left turn lane at Canyon Drive and Trinity Drive.  The right lane is the through lane for traffic crossing the bridge, as well as right turns onto University, Trinity, and West Road.  Left turns onto West Road are okay, however, the dedicated left turn lane will no longer be present.
What’s Next? In the next few weeks, there will be significant traffic control changes at the Trinity intersection. Once the traffic control plan is finalized, advance information will be posted.
Transit: The southbound Park & Ride bus stop between Trinity and West Road is open. The northbound Park & Ride bus stop has moved from in front of the hospital further east on Trinity, in front of the pink house. The southbound Atomic City Transit bus stop on Diamond Drive at the Lemon Lot is open. The bus stop north of Canyon near the High School Jock Lot continues to be closed; use the bus stop near Orange. The first two Atomic City Transit stops on both sides of west Trinity will be closed; use the bus stop on 43rd St. Additional temporary stops will be established near the Fairway trailhead.

Barranca Mesa Phase 2 Maintenance Project
AS Horner, Inc., the contractor awarded the Barranca Mesa Phase 2 Maintenance Project, has indicated an anticipated start date of June 13, 2011. The contractor will begin work on Dos Brazos.
NM502 Truck Traffic (Airport Runway Extension Project)
Expect slow moving and turning truck traffic on westbound NM502. As the trucks climb the hill, its speed slows to 20-25 mph and is further reduced when the trucks make the turn onto airport property. Do not tailgate, do not pass in the turn lanes, pay attention to the traffic ahead of you, and expect 5-10 minute delays.