Bike lanes and sidewalks will be added to 121st Street South from C Street South to State Route 7 during a project that started July 13.
A significant portion of the work was completed in mid-October. Remaining work resumed Jan. 11 and is expected to be completed in February.
The project area is located near Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland.
Work hours will be 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The road may be reduced to one lane with alternating traffic during work hours. Access for pedestrians and bicyclists will be maintained.
About the Project
The road shoulders were widened to accommodate paved bike lanes, curbs, gutters, sidewalks and landscaping.
A marked crosswalk with a pedestrian-activated flashing beacon will be added approximately 50 feet west of the Pierce Transit transfer station.
Street lights were also added, along with an enclosed storm drainage system and stormwater treatment facilities.
Crews removed vegetation and debris from the project area July 13.
From mid-July to mid-August, crews installed the enclosed storm drainage system. Crews installed the curbs, gutters, and sidewalks from mid-August to mid-September.
Crews paved the roadway the week of Sept. 28. Through mid-October, crews cleaned up the site, added landscaping, and striped the road and bike lanes.
The street lights, the flashing beacon and crosswalk will be installed starting Jan. 11.
The project’s contractor is Axum General Construction Inc. The construction cost is approximately $821,000. This project is funded with federal Surface Transportation Program (Urban) funds and County Road Funds.