91st Street Improvement Project
The 91st Street Improvement Project will bring 91st Street between Wolf’s Crossing Road and Schoger Drive up to City standards, which will improve the motorist and pedestrian experience in the area. Work includes constructing one lane on 91st Street in each direction with a striped median, installing curbs, removing the ditch on the south side of the roadway and installing sidewalk, installing storm sewer for improved drainage and installing street lighting.
- Latest Updates
May 1, 2019: Work on this project has begun. The contractor for this project is RW Dunteman.
April 12, 2019: Work on this project is scheduled to begin the week of April 29, 2019. Preliminary work to prepare for construction may begin occurring the week prior to this timeframe; any work will not impact traffic, access to businesses, or surrounding residences.
- Project Benefits
This project will improve motorists’ experience along 91st Street by providing a safer and smoother driving experience all the way to Schoger Drive because of new pavement, pavement markings and traffic control devices. Pedestrians can also expect a better experience with a new sidewalk along the south side of 91st Street. Improved drainage in the area due to storm sewer installation will also benefit surrounding businesses and residents.
Pending weather or unforeseen circumstances, construction will begin the week of April 29, 2019. Work is expected to be complete by mid-July 2019.
- Impacts to Travel
To accommodate construction, vehicular thru traffic will be detoured around 91st Street using Normantown Road and Schoger Drive. During primary working hours of 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., 91st Street between Wolf’s Crossing and Schoger will be closed to thru traffic. Local traffic, including delivery trucks, will be allowed to access 91st Street traveling westbound from Schoger Drive. After 5 p.m., 91st Street will re-open to one lane of westbound only thru-traffic.
Work will occur between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturdays.
Motorists traveling in this area are encouraged to use caution and be aware of flaggers and other construction workers.