The Bellevue Public Works Department is reporting that the concrete median work on Cornhusker near 10th Street has been completed ahead of schedule. The lane closure at this section of Cornhusker will stay in place overnight with barricades being removed before 7am on Wednesday morning, May 10th. This work was completed in preparation for repairs to the bridge carrying Cornhusker Road over the Union Pacific Railroad. The bridge repairs are scheduled to begin after Memorial Day and schools being let out for the summer, lasting approxiametly two months, depending on weather conditions.
Contractors will now begin the construction work on the concrete median of Harlan Drive (formerly Highway 370) between Arboretum Drive and Fort Crook, starting on Wednesday, May 10, 2017. While the road will not be closed, lane restrictions will be necessary to allow for this work, so motorists should expect delays. The median work is expected to last approximately one week. The work in this median is in preparation for repairs to the bridge carrying Harlan Drive over the Union Pacific Railroad. The bridge repairs are scheduled to begin in August, and last about two months, depending on weather conditions.
The Bellevue Public Works Department appreciates motorists patience during the road construction season and would like to remind the public not to move or otherwise tamper with barricades or other warning devices. They are the primary mechanism for identifying potentially unsafe conditions. As applicable, please advise others of the upcoming work and the need to exercise due care when in areas near or adjacent to the construction areas and activities. If you have any questions, please call the Public Works Department at 402-293-3025.