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Byrkit Ave. Railroad Crossing between 4th St. and 5th St. -- Nov 20-Dec 19

Our office has been advised by Norfolk Southern Railroad that the Byrkit Ave. railroad crossing between Fourth St. and Fifth St. will be closed for railroad repairs beginning Thursday, November 20. It is anticipated that this area will reopen to traffic by Friday, December 19, weather permitting.

The Merrifield Ave. and Beiger St. crossings will be available as detour routes. Truck traffic should enter and exit Byrkit Ave. from Twelfth St.

Barricades and signage will be in place for this closure. Motorists are requested to use caution to ensure the safety of the crews working in this area. Questions regarding this work may be directed to Matt Geary at Norfolk Southern Railroad at (412) 337-6289.

Mishawaka Ave. between Main St. and Cedar St. -- Sep 2 - Nov 30

Our office has been advised by Selge Construction that Mishawaka Ave. will be closed to through traffic from Main St. to Cedar St. beginning Tuesday, September 2 for street construction. Traffic will be detoured via Main St., Lincolnway, and Cedar St. This restriction is expected to be removed in late November.

Motorists are reminded to observe all signage and to drive slowly through this restricted area. Questions regarding this work may be directed to Scott Riley at Selge Construction at 269-684-0842 or 574-292-8957.

Church St. between Third St. and Seventh St. -- Apr 8 - Nov ?

Church St. between Third St. and Seventh St. will be restricted beginning Tuesday, April 8 for storm sewer construction. The southbound lanes will be closed, and both northbound and southbound traffic will be using the northbound traffic lanes. No left turns will be permitted at Fourth St. These restrictions will remain most of the construction season.

Only local trucks will be permitted into this restricted area. Through trucks will be detoured using Capital Ave./State Road 331 via McKinley Ave., Lincolnway East, Twelfth St., and the US 20 Bypass.

Motorists are reminded to observe all signage and to drive slowly through this restricted area. Questions regarding this work may be directed to Jason Robbins at Rieth-Riley Construction at (574) 288-8321.