The Arlington Boulevard Rehabilitation Project has been delayed due to weather delays and utility conflicts a project update posted on the City of Greenville’s website said.
Early next week, paving is expected to begin on the eastbound lanes between Hooker Road and Evans Street, the update said. Work will begin on the westbound lanes a week after the eastbound lanes are paved.
Work has been delayed due to inclement weather that impacted the installation of utility infrastructure and delayed density and compaction tests, which are common to roadway projects the update said.
Work on the westbound lanes could continue into early October. Motorists heading to the Medical District are advised to take the Tenth Street connector or Greenville Boulevard to Memorial Drive when the westbound lane closes, the update said.
Access to J.H. Rose High School will come from Hooker Road and turn onto the eastbound lanes of Arlington Boulevard when the westbound lanes close, the update said.
To maximize traffic flow, personnel from Greenville Police Department and Public Works Department will be present the first week or more of the school year in the area, the update said.