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Brambleton Avenue and Colley Avenue Improvements
Fort Norfolk

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Project Description: The Brambleton Avenue and Colley Avenue Improvement Project includes various traffic and street widening improvements that serve to improve access to the Fort Norfolk area and decrease the impact of flooding during high tide events along Brambleton Avenue.  Traffic enhancements will include the installation of dual left-turn lanes from westbound Brambleton Avenue onto Colley Avenue and dual left-turn lanes from northbound Colley Avenue onto Brambleton Avenue.  In order to reduce flooding, a section of westbound Brambleton Avenue between Colley Avenue and the Brambleton Bridge will be widened and elevated. The project will also include several other enhancements such as new sidewalks, curb and gutter, lighting and landscaping.

Project Status: Construction

Project Cost: $2,400,000

Completion Date: Spring 2014

Project Coordinator:  Chris Chambers

Neighborhoods Affected:
Fort Norfolk, Ghent and Downtown

Location:  Brambleton Avenue, Intersection of Brambleton and Colley Avenues, 2nd Street

Traffic Notes: One lane of traffic in both directions will be open at all time. Check back for updates.
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