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Traffic Advisory: Midway Blvd. Traffic Pattern Change & Birchcrest Blvd./Starlight to re-open
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Midway Blvd. Traffic Pattern Change

North side of Sharp St., Scotten St., Birchcrest Blvd., Sheehan Blvd., Noble Terr., and Page St. to close

Birchcrest Blvd. and Starlight (south) to re-open

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. (Jan. 30, 2018) – Starting Friday, Feb. 2, all two-way traffic on Midway Blvd. will be shifted to the south side of the new roadway from Sharpe St. to Kings Highway.

Also, on Friday, Sharpe St., Scotten St., and Birchcrest Blvd., on the north side of Midway Blvd., will be closed for approximately 3 months. Residents are asked to use Harbor Blvd., and Dawson Ave. to access their homes.

In addition, short sections of Sheehan Blvd., Noble Terrace and Page St. will be closed on the north side of Midway for approximately 3 months. Residents are asked to use Hariet St. or Hayworth Rd. and Laramore Ave. to access to their homes.

Also, on Friday, Feb. 2, Birchcrest Blvd. and Starlite Lane will be re-opened on the south side of Midway Blvd.

A dedicated pedestrian route will be provided for students along segments of Sheehan Blvd, Hariet St. and Midway Blvd. between Hariet St. and Hayworth Rd.

Work in this area is being conducted in conjunction with the Midway Boulevard (Phase 2) road widening project. Upon completion, Midway Boulevard will be a four lane roadway with center turn lanes, new sidewalks and a closed drainage system. Construction is projected to be complete late 2018.

Mail delivery, emergency services, and access to local residences will be maintained during construction.
More information about this project is available at www.MidwayUpdate.com.

On behalf of road construction crews and everyone, please drive safely.


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