There will be detour routes and access to parking lots on East Broad Street.
The detour starts Friday night and ends Monday morning.
All new lanes of traffic for the history making project are expected to be open by the end of this quarter.
Be aware of the detours caused by the demolition of I-385 bridge Monday and Tuesday night.
Traffic is biggest roadblock to proposed development at Haywood and Pelham roads.
City of Greenville Sr. Civil Engineer Eddie Littleton is used to working on large projects, but not the scale of the PNG Connector Road Project parallel to Woodruff Road. Littlejohn,…
Officials with the Gateway Project in Greenville have announced that a portion of I-85 Southbound through the I-385 interchange will be closed on Wednesday, March 20 due to construction work.…
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Relief from some Woodruff Road congestion could come in June
Greenville shoppers were in line to get a surprise Christmas present from the city of Greenville — completion of a new connector road expected to cut traffic on Woodruff Road by more than 20 percent.
After neighborhood residents successfully fought a rezoning request that would have allowed construction of up to 40 high-end apartments on the Cleveland Park Stables property on Woodland Way six years ago, Greenville resident Jill Cox bought the property and donated it to the city as an extension of Cleveland Park. Work has begin to integrate that land into Cleveland Park.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday against the city of Greenville and the Greenville City Council seeks the removal of the barricade that turned part of McPherson Lane into a one-way street.
Closing a street or making it one way would no longer be an option for Greenville residents that want to slow traffic on the streets in their neighborhoods under a new traffic-calming process being discussed by Greenville City Council.
Greenville has fallen on the nation’s fastest-growing city list, but Mayor Knox White said that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
When it comes to requests from city government, sidewalks are one of the most popular. But even with a stepped up NSTEP program, it would take Greenville generations to have sidewalks on at least one side of every city street.