It is scheduled to be done by the end of June, city officials said.
The work began last Monday on the Centertown reconstruction project, which will bring about utility and streetscape improvements on Washington Avenue between Beacon Boulevard and Seventh Street.
Through-traffic won’t be allowed to drive on Washington during construction and detours have been posted. Public parking lots will be accessible from Franklin, Columbus and Seventh streets.
“We’re going to maintain traffic at Eighth Street and traffic at Washington and Seventh as much as we can,” Assistant City Manager Sam Janson told the Tribune for a story earlier this month.
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