Construction season is officially here, so the city is making it easier for you to avoid construction zones.
They’re developing an interactive map that will show you what streets are being repaired and when.
Infrastructure Committee Chair Janice Lukes says this will help driver’s by-pass construction zones.
“Because, you know, I don’t necessarily go to the Maples all the time. What route am I going to take? I may just take a look to know what’s going on over there.”
The map will also include letters that are sent out to residents about construction happening in their neighborhood. Lukes says this will make life easier for everyone.
“All you have to do is look at the map, versus sending emails, getting responses, when did the letters go out, what did the letters say, where else is construction going on…In a big picture view, it’s using technology the way it should be used.”
The website is expected to go live in the next week or two.