Crews will be installing a new 12-inch waterline from Stanford to Girard the week of Oct. 3-7. During this construction, one westbound lane will be closed on Central from west of Yale to east of Girard. Access to all side streets, including Girard and Monte Vista, will be open during this work.
On the south side of Central, crews will be completing tie-ins in the three alley locations between Stanford and Girard. Crews will coordinate in advance with residents and businesses affected by these tie-ins. No businesses are expected to be without water during regular business hours.
Albuquerque Rapid Transit (ART) Construction is set to begin on Oct. 17
The University of New Mexico has been informed that the Albuquerque Rapid Transit (ART) project will begin construction at the intersection of Central Ave. and University Blvd., as well as Central Ave. between Girard and Stanford. On Monday, Oct. 17, construction crews will begin removing the medians in these areas while maintaining at least one traffic lane in all directions.
UNM is advising the campus community to avoid this area or allow for extra time while commuting along Central Ave.
Bradbury Stamm recently announced a complete list of areas where construction is to begin throughout the ART Construction Corridor beginning Oct. 17:
- The north side of the street between Cedar and Ash
- The intersection at University & Central, removing the median
- Median removal between Stanford and Girard
- Median removal between Wellesley and Carlisle
- Median removal between Washington and Monroe
For more information about the ART project, visit the ART website.