Theodore Street, between Delrose Street and Gaylord Road, will be reduced to one lane in both the east and west bound direction. In addition to the lane closures, there will be width restrictions and bypass pumping ramps in the roadway.
Theodore Street traffic modifications are expected the last approximately two weeks. These traffic modifications are required due to the Rock Run Interceptor Rehabilitation Project. This project includes installation of approximately 13,700 linear feet of 30-inch to 48-inch cured-in-place-pipelining. This project will restore the structural integrity of the sanitary sewer interceptor and reduce the amount of rain water entering the sanitary system.
Drivers should be prepared for delays or seek an alternate route and are reminded to slow down and use extreme caution when driving in the vicinity of the work zone. Obey posted speed limit and signing and watch for workers or flaggers. For the safety of workers and drivers do not use cell phones or text.
If you have any questions about the City’s Rock Run Interceptor Rehabilitation Project, please contact Owen Dean with the Department of Public Utilities at 815-724-4254.