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Project Description:
The proposed project would involve the installation of a new traffic signal at Marston Street and Ferry Street/Commonwealth Drive in Lawrence. Proposed improvements would include removal of the existing flashing signal heads, new traffic signal installation with pedestrian signals, sidewalk and wheelchair ramp reconstruction, pavement resurfacing and utility improvements.
  • City of Lawrence
  • Construction Begins: Spring 2018
    Resident Engineer: Laura Solomon
    Construction Bid Price: $825,436.99
    District: District 4

    Contracts (1) Progress
    # 102276 -- Construction Contract
    Intersection Improvements and Related Work (Including Signals) Marston at Commonwealth Drive/Ferry Street. Completed


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  • Contract Dates
    Notice to Proceed: 06/13/2018
    Contract Information
    Project Designer: Municipality
    Funding Source: Surface Trans. Program
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    Property Impacts - Right of Way
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    Project Task Information
    Project Status
    Project Need Form PNF Entered 06/16/2015
    Project Initiation Form PIF Entered 06/16/2015
    Project Initiation Form PRC Submitted 06/16/2015
    Project Review Committee PRC Approved 06/26/2015
    Project Status Advertised 09/16/2017
    Project Management
    100% Design 100% Package Received 06/23/2017
    25% Design 25% Package Received 02/27/2017
    25% Design Design Public Hearing 05/31/2017
    75% Design 75% Package Received 06/23/2017
    Final Design PS&E Received 08/14/2017
    Final Design PS&E to Peer Reviewer 08/21/2017
    Final Design Peer Review Comments to DE 09/04/2017
    Final Design PS&E to FAPRO 08/22/2017