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City issues downtown traffic advisory for week

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Following is a summary of road detours and clsing in the downotown area related to Project 180. City officials strong urge that those visiting or wrking downtown allow extra time to reach their destinations.

Four-Way Stop at Robinson and Sheridan Intersection*

A four-way stop sign will be placed at the intersection of Robinson and Sheridan so AT&T crews can make repairs.

N Robinson from 4th to 6th open to all traffic*
N Robinson from 4th to 6th is open to all traffic.

Dean McGee from Hudson to Robinson reduced to one lane in each direction*
Dean McGee is reduced to one eastbound lane and one westbound lane while crews complete streetscape work.

Main between Lee and Dewey traffic switch*
Eastbound traffic on Main between Lee and Dewey switched from the south side of Main to the north side. Eastbound traffic detours at Dewey to continue on Sheridan.

Intersection of Main and Lee Reduced*
The south half of the intersection of Main and Lee will be closed. Lee between Sheridan and Main will be closed to through traffic.

Four-Way Stop at EK Gaylord and Reno*
A four-way stop sign is located at the intersection of EK Gaylord and Reno so crews can continue work on the waterline. EK Gaylord is reduced to two southbound lanes and one northbound lane.

Lee between Main and Colcord open to two-way traffic*
Lee between Main and Colcord open to two-way traffic.

Pedestrian traffic at Walker and Main Intersection*
Pedestrians are able to cross the Walker and Main intersection on the east side for north and south foot traffic. Use Walker and Colcord for east and west foot traffic.

Main between Walker and Dewey closed to through traffic*
Main between Walker and Dewey is closed to install OGE vault and storm drain.

Three-Way Stop at Walker and Sheridan Intersection*
A three-way stop sign is located at the intersection of Walker and Sheridan so crews can continue work on the road base.

Three-Way Stop at Lee and Main Intersection*
A three-way stop sign is located at the intersection of Lee and Main so crews can remove the traffic signals in order to proceed with electrical work.

Robinson and Sheridan eastbound turn lane will be reduced*
The eastbound outside turn lane is closed, one lane will remain open.

Harrison from NE 6th to NW 4th closed to all traffic
Harrison from NE 6th to NW 4th closed to all traffic while crews continue to work on resurfacing and street improvements.

Three-Way Stop at Walker and Main Intersection*
A three-way stop sign is located at the intersection of Walker and Main so crews can remove the traffic signals and place footings for the roadway.

Robinson between Sheridan and Reno closed*
Robinson between Sheridan and Reno is closed to through traffic for approximately four weeks. Robinson is accessible from Reno which provides motorists access to the Cox Convention Center garage.

Walker from Reno to Colcord*
The east side of Walker from Reno to Colcord is open to two northbound lanes. The west side of Walker is closed to traffic so crews can complete streetscape work in this area. Pedestrians are able to cross at the Sheridan and Walker intersection to access the Sheridan Walker garage.

Robinson & NW 4th intersection reduced to two lanes*
The intersection at Robinson Avenue and NW 4th is reduced to one lane in each direction so crews can complete a water line crossing.

Reno from EK Gaylord to Dewey OPEN to two lanes in each direction*
Reno from EK Gaylord to Dewey is open to through traffic, periodically one lane may be closed to complete landscaping.

Sheridan between Hudson and Robinson closed until 2012*
Sheridan Avenue between Hudson Avenue and Robinson Avenue remains closed for renovation on the Myriad Botanical Gardens and private downtown renovations.

All project timelines are contingent upon the weather.

*Denotes Project 180-related construction.

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