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Public Works

Quebec / Lincoln / University Signal and Intersection Reconstruction



$10 Million

Project Manager

Dan Roberts, P.E.
[email protected]


Project Update

Project is currently in design, with construction planned for 2023.


The Quebec/Lincoln/University Intersection Reconstruction Project includes replacement of the old, damaged, and deteriorated pavement on Lincoln Avenue from Quebec Street to Dutch Creek Street, on University Boulevard from Quebec Street to Crossland Way, and on Quebec Street from Timberline Road to Dutch Creek Street, including the full intersection of Quebec/Lincoln/University.

The project will also include the following improvements:

  • Replacement of the old traffic signal with new signal poles and a new state-of-the-art signal system.
  • Conversion of the existing eastbound to southbound right turn lane to a shared thru-right turn lane.
  • Conversion of the existing westbound to northbound right turn lane to a shared thru-right turn lane.
  • Addition of a second southbound to westbound lane.

Improvements will be designed to better accommodate pedestrians and bicycles in the intersection.

During construction, traffic delays are expected but work will be phased to reduce the impact as much as possible.

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