HARRISBURG – 3-week long road construction projects are underway in the City of Harrisburg process (weather depending). The projects are part of the City’s Vision Zero street safety initiative.
Beginning on April 4th, the City will be working on 2nd Street, between Forester, Hamilton, Clinton, Woodbine, Maclay, Radnor, Schuykill and Division Streets, to prepare for the 2-way Street. The initial focus of the project will be milling. Please see the schedule for the work site next week.
No Parking Schedule on 2nd St for Milling Process starting at 6 am to 6 pm.
Monday 04/04 Right Side Forster St to Hamilton St
Tuesday 04/05 Left Side Forester St to Hamilton St
Wednesday 04/06 Left Side Clinton St to Woodbine St
Thursday 04/07 Right Side Clinton St to Woodbine St
Friday 04/08 Right Side Maclay St to Radnor St
Monday 04/11 Left Side Maclay St to Radnor St
Tuesday 04/12 Left Side Schuylkill St to Division St
Wednesday 04/13 Right Side Schuylkill St to Division St
Keep in mind the following:
*No tickets on side or curbside zone even for Street sweeping
*Vehicles must be removed from the Street; Police will ticket and remove vehicles from 6 am to 6 pm parked within the construction zone.
*The road will be one way
*No parking signs will be placed.
Please follow all posted signs within the construction zones. #Harrisburg #VisionZeroHBG
Expect 2nd Street to remain open and functioning as a one-way street during the 2022 construction season. There may be occasional lane closures to accommodate some of the construction tasks. More information on this project is available at https://visionzerohbg.com/projects/2nd-street-two-way-conversion/
Vision Zero is Harrisburg’s strategy to eliminate traffic fatalities and severe injuries in the City by 2030. The city-wide program focuses on safety for all road users: those who walk, ride bicycles, ride the bus, and drive in cars. For more information, visit visionzerohbg.com.
To learn about current, ongoing and future construction projects throughout the City, please visit our website. harrisburgpa.gov/city-engineer/vision-zero