Welcome to the Lahaye Drive | Mt. Support Road project page. This page contains updates, contact information, documents, and answers to frequently asked questions pertaining to this project. New information is added as it is received. You can subscribe to receive alerts by subscribing to our LebAlert Service.
The project consists of intersection reconstruction/improvements, drainage infrastructure reconstruction, signalization review, and reconstruction, permitting, and bike/pedestrian accommodations consisting of a potential to extend a 10-foot-wide bike/ped lane north along Mt. Support Road. The current intersection has been determined to provide a “low level of service”, meaning that it is not functioning well during hours of high traffic volume. The intent of this project is to improve the intersection functionality. The project is currently in the preliminary engineering phase, with final plans due in November 2022, at which time construction bidding may begin. Funding for the project will be, in part, via a recently established Special Assessment District in which nearby landowners participate in the project costs.
How long is this going to take?
The project construction is expected to begin in the Spring of 2023 and will continue through the Spring of 2024, with a possible winter shutdown. Please note that this schedule is dependent upon securing all required permits in a timely manner.
Which streets are involved?
Streets involved/impacted are:
Mt. Support Road
How will I know what is happening?
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