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Traffic at William Street and Bass Avenue to be restricted starting Aug. 6

Friday, July 27, 2012 | 1:37 p.m. CDT; updated 4:55 p.m. CDT, Saturday, July 28, 2012

*This article has been updated to reflect the new start date of construction following a change by the contractor.

COLUMBIA — Traffic will be restricted at William Street and Bass Avenue beginning *Aug. 6.

According to a news release issued Friday by the Columbia Public Works Department, Boone Hospital Center contractor J.C. Industries will begin pavement replacement and storm water improvements that will cause lane closures and restrictions until the end of September. This will be a five-phase process:

  • Phase 1: The west side of the William Street and Bass Avenue roundabout will be closed for three weeks. William Street from south of Broadway to Anthony Street will be one-way southbound. The Boone Hospital Center's main entrance and the William Street and Bass Avenue entrances and exits to the hospital parking garage will be accessible.
  • Phase 2: The southeast side of the roundabout will be closed for one week.
  • Phase 3: The northeast side of the roundabout will be closed for one week.
  • Phase 4: The northbound lane of William Street north of Anthony Street at the entrance to the surface parking lot of the hospital will be closed for one week. 
  • Phase 5: The southbound lane of William Street north of Anthony Street at the entrance to the surface parking lot of the hospital will be closed for three days. William Street will be one-way for northbound traffic.

The Public Works Department advises motorists to exercise caution in construction areas and find alternative routes when possible.

Supervising editor is Jake Kreinberg.


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