WATERLOO — Visitors alongside gravel roads that intersect with the soon-to-be-paved Grundy Street should cease earlier than crossing or turning onto it as soon as the roadway is reopened.
Black Hawk County Engineer Catherine Nicholas requested the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to approve two new cease indicators — one at westbound Watters Street and one at westbound West Shaulis Street.
She stated there’ll quickly be cease indicators alongside Strayer and Ranchero roads as properly the place they cross with Grundy Street.
“It’s customary and warranted that we’ve got cease indicators in any respect gravel-road, paved-road intersections,” Nicholas stated.
The board authorized the 2 resolutions unanimously with out dialogue.
Grundy Street stays closed. Contractor Peterson Contractors Inc., or PCI, is still completing reconstruction of the road, which includes widening it, Nicholas stated.
Work is predicted to be accomplished by the tip of November, relying on the climate. The street is scheduled to be paved subsequent 12 months.
Grundy Street visitors won’t should cease, Nicholas stated. The pace restrict will probably be 55 miles per hour as soon as the street is paved, she added.
As a part of the county’s contract to redo the street, it should additionally add cease indicators to the entire roads that intersect with Grundy Street in next-door Grundy County, although that county’s board of supervisors would additionally should cross resolutions approving that first.