The Town of Parker will begin roadway reconstruction of westbound Mainstreet (north lanes) from Motsenbocker Road to Jordan Road in early July. The project was originally scheduled to begin in June but was delayed due to spring rains. Work will consist of removing the existing westbound concrete pavement and replacing it with asphalt pavement.
As a result of this project, the westbound lanes of Mainstreet will be closed and the existing eastbound lanes (south lanes) will be converted to two-way traffic (one lane each direction). This temporary four-lane to two-lane conversion will last about two months. It will cost approximately $1.2 million to reconstruct these westbound lanes between the Motsenbocker Road and Jordan Road intersections.
Once the contractor has completed the reconstruction of Mainstreet through this section, the asphalt westbound lanes will be reopened to their current configuration. The Town expects to finish total reconstruction of this section of Mainstreet in 2016 when it replaces the eastbound lanes between these same intersections.
Updates on this project and other Town capital improvement projects can be found online at www.ParkerOnline.org/CIPUpdate. If you have any questions concerning this project, please contact the Town of Parker Public Works Department at 303.840.9546.