Town of Barnstable Road Work Notice

Two crosswalk projects...

New Crosswalk on Main Street in Osterville

The Town of Barnstable Department of Public Works is scheduled to install a new crosswalk on Main Street in Osterville, at Robbins Street.  The work is anticipated to be performed on June 27, 2019, pending favorable weather.

This work will involve placing crosswalk markings on the pavement and installing pedestrian crossing signs to alert drivers of the crosswalk location.

The work will require each lane to be closed, one at a time, for about an hour while the markings are applied and while they dry.  Police will direct traffic past the work area in the opposite lane.  The work will be performed in late morning or early afternoon to avoid rush hour traffic.

Traffic during this work will be delayed and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.  As always, please slow down and use extreme caution when traveling through road work areas.  Follow posted safety and detour signs as well as directions from police officers.

New Crosswalk on North Street in Hyannis

The Town of Barnstable Department of Public Works is scheduled to install a new crosswalk on North Street in Hyannis, between the West End Rotary and Stevens Street.  The work is anticipated to be performed on June 27, 2019, pending favorable weather.

This work will involve placing crosswalk markings on the pavement and installing pedestrian crossing signs to alert drivers of the crosswalk location.

The work will require each lane to be closed, one at a time, for about an hour while the markings are applied and while they dry.  Police will direct traffic past the work area in the opposite lane.  The work will be performed in late morning or early afternoon to avoid rush hour traffic.

Traffic during this work will be delayed and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.  As always, please slow down and use extreme caution when traveling through road work areas.  Follow posted safety and detour signs as well as directions from police officers.


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