Night crews will begin replacing worn out pavement markings this week on Mercer Island's major roads and arterials this week through most of August, City Hall officlals said in a news release on Thursday.
Most major intersections and arterial roadways in Mercer Island have a variety of delineators that require occasional refreshing or replacement as a result of wear and weather, according to officials. Items that need repainting or replacement, for example, include stop
bars, directional arrows, crosswalks, lane markings, and raised pavement
Night time work is planned
to provide the safest and most efficient application while minimizing
impacts on traffic. A noise exception has been approved by the City
for this activity, setting limits and guidelines for the contractor to
follow. Night work will tentatively commence this week, from 8 pm. to 4 a.m., and continue for two weeks.
For more information about this project, contact Arnie Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.