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Work On A Project To Make Riding A Bicycle In Downtown Flagstaff Safer Has Been Delayed A Week

Work on a pilot project that installs separated bike lanes in Flagstaff has now been delayed a week. The work has been taking place on Beaver Street and Butler Avenue. The next phase of the project is to install a concrete curb to physically separate bicyclists from vehicles. That was supposed to start next week, but there has been a delay in the delivery of essential hardware. So work on Beaver Street will now start on Monday, November 8th and end on Friday, November 19th from Forest Avenue to Butler Avenue. Work on Butler, between Milton Road to Beaver Street will begin on Monday, November 22nd and end on Friday, December 3rd. Traffic control devices and lane restrictions will be implemented throughout the four-week duration. Motorists are encouraged to seek an alternate route or be prepared for delays as they travel through the work zones.

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