A sliver of McPhillips Street between Selkirk and Redwood avenues will face a number of lane closures from now through July as the city ramps up a series of street repairs in the area.
Beginning Thurs., May 16, road crews will work on the street, including concrete joint repairs, curb and sidewalk repairs, as well as asphalt resurfacing as part of the city’s regional streets renewal program for 2013.
While north and southbound lanes will face intermittent closure, one lane of traffic in both directions will be maintained at all times, with two lanes of traffic remaining open during rush hour, the city said in a release.
The closures will be in effect until mid-July, the city said.
The work is estimated to cost $1.6 million, according to the city.