• Brownsburg residents advised about local Holiday travel impact

    June 30, 2011 1 comments

    Fourth of July celebrations are underway in Brownsburg and residents who may be headed to Arbuckle Acres Park to enjoy the festivities are reminded that several area projects may necessitate the need to alter your route to the park.

    State Road 267 construction is underway on the section in front of the Brownsburg Town Hall, from Hwy. 136 north to Franklin Street, and may impact traffic headed to Arbuckle Acres park. The section of SR 267 that is currently closed between Tilden and Thornleigh will open for the holiday weekend July 1 to 4 and will close again until that section of utilities are installed.

    Construction has also started on the Grant Street project, which will include water line updates, new storm water drainage, sanitary sewer updates, gas main relocation, as well as new curbs, pavement, street lighting, and sidewalks. The Town of Brownsburg has permitted construction crews to work on Saturdays as necessary with the goal of keeping the project on schedule.

    Grant Street is closed to traffic, other than those who live along the street. Residents should expect the Grant Street intersections at Enderly, Rodney, Douglas, and East Trevor to be closed and should plan to enter the Murphy Meadows area neighborhoods from the east when possible. While State Road 267 is also under construction it is important for travelers to use alternate routes around projects. Neighborhood traffic can use Odell Street north/south. The Town encourages through-traffic to use the Northfield Drive to CR 400/Airport Road detour.


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