City of Jeffersonville, IN / June 11, 2019 / 10th Street End of Construction Ceremony
With the ceremonious tossing of the last construction barrel into the dumpster, city of Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore officially declared the year and a half-long 10th Street reconstruction project complete. The city of Jeffersonville hosted an End of Construction Ceremony to celebrate the disappearance of the orange cone zone — initiating the beginning of enhanced traffic flow and new benefits to the community.
Highlights of the 10th Street project included:
- Roadway replacement and widening of 10th Street from Penn Street to Reeds Lane (1.4 miles)
- Pedestrian improvements with ADA compliant crossings and the addition of two miles of newly created sidewalk for improved pedestrian travel
- Traffic signal upgrades at four intersections
- Improved visibility at night through new decorative street lighting along both sides of project
- New sanitary sewer throughout the project limits
- Stormwater drainage improvements (nearly 3.0 miles)
- Construction cost: $13,500,000
The project utilized TIF funds and United provided construction inspection services and land acquisition for the project.
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