HAMILTON COUNTY I-24 interchange improvement at SR-2 (US-11, US-41, US-72, Broad Street) and SR-58 (Market Street): During this reporting period, the contractor will be working on the placement of earth fill and the construction of bridges. On Thursday 09/30/21 from 9 PM to 6 AM the contractor will close the left lane (#1) of I-24 Westbound from MM 178 to 177 to replace damaged concrete barrier rail. On Monday 10/04/21 from 9 PM to 6 AM the contractor will close the left lane (#1) of I-24 Eastbound for the removal of the existing median barrier wall and excavation for a new overhead sign foundation. Chestnut street is closed to through traffic between West 20th Street and West 25th Street and will remain closed until the construction of bridge #2 is complete. The contractor may have brief intermittent lane closures on Broad Street (SR-2) and Market Street (SR-58) to support utility relocation Monday through Friday 8 AM to 5:30 PM.
[Wright Brothers Construction Company, Inc./Wagner/CNU011]
HAMILTON COUNTY I-24 Replacement of Belvoir Ave. bridge over I-24 and I-24 bridges over Germantown Road near MM 183: Single and double alternating lane closures on I-24 EB and WB will be used on 09/30/21 and 10/03/21 through 10/06/21 from 9 PM and 6 AM. Additionally, single lane closures on North and South Terraces at the intersections of Belvoir Avenue on 10/30/21, 10/01/21, and between 10/044/21 and 10/06/21 from 9 AM to 3 PM. There is a 45 MPH speed limit reduction throughout the project corridor on I-24.
[Bell and Associates Construction, LP/Blevins/CMGC03]
HAMILTON COUNTY I-75 at I-24 Interchange Reconstruction: All roadways and ramps are in their final alignments. The contractor is now working on final items and traffic should still use caution traveling throughout the interchange. The final work items will mostly consist of off shoulder work/median work. Additionally, lane closures may still occur Sunday nights through Thursday nights between 9 PM and 6 AM to finish in roadway items. The speed limit will remain reduced to 45 MPH throughout the interchange until construction crews demobilize.
[C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc./Blevins/DB1801]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-153 (STATE HWY. 153) Utility Work both directions from LM 7.7 to LM 8.9: Police assisted nighttime shoulder and multi-lane closures between Chickamauga Dam and Hixson Pike Overpass. Motorists should reduce speed and be prepared to stop. Police officers, caution vehicles, signage, drums, and flaggers will be present 10/04/21 through 10/15/21 between 10 pm and 6 am. [2021-374 / 558]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-319 (HIXSON PK.) Utility Work both directions at LM 15.17: Shoulder and single lane closures between William Cody Lane and Ladino Lane. Motorists should reduce speed and be prepared to stop. Signage, cones, and flaggers will be present, 10/04/21 with a rain date of 10/05/21 from 9 am – 3 pm. [2021-586]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-8 (W. MAIN ST.) Utility Work westbound at LM 8.28: Shoulder and single lane closures between Broad Street and Cowart Street. Motorists should reduce speed and be prepared to stop. Signage, cones, and flaggers will be present, Monday through Friday, 9 am – 3 pm, estimated completion 10/06/21. [2021-655]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-29 (US-27) repair of the bridge over Big Soddy Creek (LM 20.6): The contractor will be performing bridge & roadway repair on the SR-29 bridge over Big Soddy Creek. During this report period the contractor will have temporary road closures. At least one lane of traffic in both directions shall remain open at all times. Flaggers may be on site.
[Mid-State Construction Company, Inc./Osbonlighter/CNU046]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-317 (Apison Pike) improvement project from SR-321 (Ooltewah-Ringgold Road) to east of Layton Lane: Lane closures and flagging operations will be required on SR-317, Apison Pike, to install power poles and transfer lines. Flagging operations will also be required on Tucker Road for dump trucks hauling fill dirt. The flagging operations will be performed on 09/30/21, 10/01/21, 10/04/21, 10/05/21, and 10/06/21 from 7 AM to 1 PM and 3 PM to 7 PM. Closures will last about 2 hours per location. The contractor will have intermittent flagging operations during daytime non-peak hours for utility work, delivery of materials and equipment.
[Wright Brothers Construction Company, Inc./Osbonlighter/CNT336]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-319 (Amnicola Highway) bridge repair over SR-153: Contractor will be performing bridge repair operations on the Amnicola (SR-319) bridge over SR-153. During this project, SR-319 will have lane closures in place & SR-153 may have lane closures as well. Bridge repair over SR-153 will be performed between 8pm & 6am. During repair operations at least one lane of traffic shall remain open in all directions.
[Mid-State Construction Company, Inc./Osbonlighter/CNV053]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-58 resurfacing from north of Sims Road (LM 17.4) to south of SR-60 (LM 26): During the report period, one lane will be temporarily closed. There will be one lane open for traffic. Flaggers will be on site.
[Asphalt Paving Systems, Inc./Osbonlighter/CNV156]
HAMILTON COUNTY SR-8 (US-41 / US-76) resurfacing from east of East 29th St to SR-2 (US-11 / US-64) and on SR-2 (US-11 / US-64) from SR-8 (US-41 / US-76) to near the Missionary Ridge Tunnel: During this reporting period, there will be intermittent lane closures on Dobbs Avenue as the contractor works. The contractor will be closing portions of the sidewalk as they are working to install curb ramps. There will be signed sidewalk detours as this work is being performed.
[Talley Construction Company, Inc./Curtis/CNV155]
HAMILTON COUNTY The construction of an S.I.A. to VW: The contractor will be grading and installing signals & lighting on S.I.A. route connecting Ferdinand Piech Way & Volkswagen Dr. **The roadway is not open to traffic**. The traveling public should be alert to the entrance and exit of construction vehicles from the jobsite onto the connecting roadways. Flaggers may be onsite directing traffic. New traffic pattern beginning 9.29.21, traveling public should be alert for changes.
[Talley Construction Company, Inc./Osbonlighter/CNU221]