Road and Traffic Impacts for July 22-29, 2022

Press release from City of Gainesville

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Below are the updated City of Gainesville traffic impacts scheduled for July 22-29, 2022. 

New Notices

NW 13th Terrace: Northwest 13th Terrace between Northwest Fifth and Seventh Avenues will be closed the week of July 25 for paving and water improvements.

Continuing Notices 

SE Second Place: Southeast Second Place between Main Street and Southeast First Street through August 13.

NW Fifth Avenue: Northwest Fifth Avenue will be closed between Northwest 16th and Northwest 17th Streets through Sunday, July 31. 

NW Second Avenue: Northwest Second Avenue will be closed between Northwest 16th and 17th Streets through the end of August 2022.

NW Fifth Avenue: Northwest Fifth Avenue will be closed between Northwest 10th Terrace and Northwest 12th Street through the end of August 2022. 

SW Ninth Terrace: Southwest Ninth Terrace will be closed between Southwest First Avenue and University Avenue due to the construction of a new development. Construction is expected to last through August 2022.

NW First Avenue: The 1600-1700 block of Northwest First Avenue will be closed until August 2022 to allow for construction of a new development.  

All lane and road closures are subject to change due to unforeseen conditions, such as inclement weather.

Please be advised that this report covers the roads maintained by the City of Gainesville. For roads within Gainesville maintained by other agencies, please visit the following:

University of Florida campus road closures: https://campusmap.ufl.edu/#/

Alachua County right-of-way road and lane closures: www.alachuacounty.us/depts/pw/pages/currentreports.aspx

Florida Department of Transportation right-of-way road and lane closures: https://myfdotnefl.wordpress.com/2016/01/01/laneclosures/

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