SHA Begins Next Phase of Isabella St. Drainage Improvement - WBOC-TV 16, Delmarvas News Leader, FOX 21 -

SHA Begins Next Phase of Isabella St. Drainage Improvement

Posted:

SALISBURY, Md.- The Maryland State Highway Administration said it will begin the next phase of drainage improvement work in Salisbury by detouring traffic and closing a one-block section of Isabella Street on Wednesday, April 10. Traffic on Isabella Street will be prohibited Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. between Mill Street and Park Avenue. The daytime only detour will remain in effect for one month, weather permitting.

The temporary road closure will allow the contractor to install both a new water main and new storm drain along this one-block section of Isabella Street. The SHA said access to residents and businesses on Isabella Street and access to Mill Street will use a detour that will direct motorists traveling westbound on Isabella Street to US 50 Business (East Salisbury Parkway) to Division Street and then return to Mill Street.  Motorists traveling eastbound on Isabella Street will take the same detour in the opposite direction.

The SHA will use detour signs, cones and barrels to guide motorists through the work zone.

This section of work is part of drainage improvements along streets in the Newtown Neighborhood and is scheduled to be completed by December 2013.  The second phase of the project includes installing new drainage pipes along both sides of US 13 Business north of London Avenue.  The entire project is scheduled for completion by fall 2014.

The SHA said it is working with the City of Salisbury to ensure minimal disruption of public utilities to property owners

  • Delmarvawide NewsDelmarvawide NewsMore>>

  • Judge Won't Reconsider Nixing of Political Balance on Courts

    Judge Won't Reconsider Nixing of Political Balance on Courts

    May 23, 2018 10:44 PM2018-05-24 02:44:00 GMT
    Wednesday, May 23 2018 10:44 PM EDT2018-05-24 02:44:51 GMT
    A federal judge has rejected Democratic Gov. John Carney's request to reconsider her ruling invalidating a state mandate for political balance on Delaware's courts.More
    A federal judge has rejected Democratic Gov. John Carney's request to reconsider her ruling invalidating a state mandate for political balance on Delaware's courts.More
  • Small Town Shopping Award

    Small Town Shopping Award

    May 23, 2018 10:40 PM2018-05-24 02:40:00 GMT
    Wednesday, May 23 2018 10:40 PM EDT2018-05-24 02:40:01 GMT
    Berlin and Lewes were named one of the best small towns of shopping by USA Today readers.More
    Berlin and Lewes were named one of the best small towns of shopping by USA Today readers. More
  • Boardwalk Barriers Installed in Ocean City

    Boardwalk Barriers Installed in Ocean City

    May 23, 2018 10:36 PM2018-05-24 02:36:00 GMT
    Wednesday, May 23 2018 10:36 PM EDT2018-05-24 02:36:29 GMT
    OCEAN CITY, Md--In Worcester County, Ocean City officials are beefing up security this summer by installing new boardwalk barriers. "We're installing barriers to prevent vehicles from accessing the boardwalk, we want to make sure that we are better safe tMore
    OCEAN CITY, Md--In Worcester County, Ocean City officials are beefing up security this summer by installing new boardwalk barriers. "We're installing barriers to prevent vehicles from accessing the boardwalk, we want to make sure that we are better safe tMore
  • Most Popular VideosMost Popular VideosMore>>

  • 3 Arrests Made in Major Eastern Shore Drug Bust

    3 Arrests Made in Major Eastern Shore Drug Bust

    Several law enforcement agencies cracked down on an illegal drug operation involving thousands of dollars in drug money that lasted almost three years throughout the Eastern Shore of Maryland, according to Dorchester County Sheriff James Phillips.

    More

    Several law enforcement agencies cracked down on an illegal drug operation involving thousands of dollars in drug money that lasted almost three years throughout the Eastern Shore of Maryland, according to Dorchester County Sheriff James Phillips.

    More
Powered by Frankly

All content © Copyright 2000 - 2018 WBOC. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices