Road Construction Will Cause Traffic Disruptions

Posted August 16, 2018 at 5:45 am by

One lane road at Argyle and Web streets — SJ Update photo

Web, “A” and Nichols Street Improve­ment Project Caus­ing Traf­fic Dis­rup­tion On Fri­day, August 17th

Traf­fic will be dis­rupt­ed this Fri­day, August 17, 2018 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. while spe­cial­ty con­trac­tors pre­pare the cement treat­ed sub-base for the road­way on Web and “A” Streets.

The Con­trac­tor will begin road­work at the Nichols & A Street inter­sec­tion (near WSF Lot B) and work their way to the Argyle & Web inter­sec­tion. The entire con­struc­tion crew will be focus­ing on this task in order to expe­dite the con­struc­tion process.

The Nichols & A Street inter­sec­tion will be closed to vehi­cles in gen­er­al. Flag­gers will be sta­tioned to direct vehi­cles around the project area.

WSF Lot B will be accessed only through B Street. Fer­ry work­ers will direct vehi­cles up Har­ri­son Street to B Street.

Argyle Avenue will be reduced to one lane of traf­fic approx­i­mate­ly 100 feet north and 100 feet south of the Web Street and Argyle Avenue inter­sec­tion. Flag­gers will be sta­tioned to direct vehi­cles and pedes­tri­ans. The alter­na­tive route for vehi­cle traf­fic on Argyle Street will be via Spring Street to Caines Street.

In both cas­es, all busi­ness­es locat­ed with­in the project area will be acces­si­ble by foot. Web, A and Nichols Streets will have lim­it­ed vehi­cle access for busi­ness­es only.

The Town is urg­ing dri­vers to exer­cise patience and safe­ty. Alter­na­tive dri­ving routes to the SJC Fair­grounds are rec­om­mend­ed for fairgoers.

Infor­ma­tion and updates on the project will be post­ed as often as pos­si­ble. Ques­tions can be direct­ed to the on-site Project Man­ag­er, Pedro Mena, at pedrom@fridayharbor.org.

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