KUB Lane Closures for Utility Maintenance on Hall of Fame, Winona

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Kristin Farley
(865) 215-2589

400 Main St., Room 691
Knoxville, TN 37902

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KUB Lane Closures for Utility Maintenance on Hall of Fame, Winona

Posted: 07/29/2015

Due to utility maintenance, KUB will have the following road closures:

​Downtown Century II Utilities Upgrade Project – Hall of Fame Drive Lane Closure [July 29-31] – KUB crews will close the inside north and southbound lanes of a short section of Hall of Fame Drive at Cal Johnson Park and Recreation Center from 6 a.m. Wednesday, July 29, through 6 p.m. Friday, July 31, as work continues on the Downtown Century II Utilities Upgrade project. The outside north and southbound lanes will remain open during this time, and access will be maintained to the park and the James White Parkway on-ramp. Motorists should follow all traffic signs in the area. Follow up advisories will be issued as necessary.

Winona Street Area Lane Closures [July 29 – August 19] – KUB and its contractor will implement a series of shifting lane closures along sections of Winona Street between East Fifth Avenue and Woodbine Avenue from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily, weekdays, starting Wednesday, July 29, through Wednesday, August 19, as work is performed on the natural gas distribution system in the area. Crews will shift work zones from area to area in the northbound lane, and the southbound lane will be used to alternate traffic around the work zone. All lanes will be open outside of work hours, and on weekends.

Some listed closures may extend beyond the scheduled times depending on the conditions encountered during excavation and construction. Appropriate traffic control measures will be in place at each location to assist motorists traveling in these areas. Due to the ongoing presence of workers and equipment, motorists are advised to use extreme caution and expect temporary delays in these areas. More information on this and other KUB construction projects can be found at www.kub.org.