Sunday, August 07, 2016

Starting Wednesday, water main replacement work on Pacific between Sixth/Carlton for six weeks will ban parking, create "some level of noise"

According to a notice sent Friday by Pacific Park Brooklyn, water main replacement work on Pacific Street between Sixth and Carlton avenues will snag traffic and ban parking for some six weeks, from Wednesday, August 10 through Friday, September 23

Work will occur during day time hours. There will be temporary traffic modifications around the work zones and removal of street parking on Pacific between those avenues. See map on embed below. (This was noticed, though without specifics, in the most recent Construction Update.)

"The work will involve excavators and equipment to cut and excavate roadway and there will be some level of noise associated with this operation," the notice states. "Some level of noise" generally means a lot.

During this phase of work, to maintain through traffic in the intersection of Carlton Avenue and Pacific Street, there will be temporary lane shifts around the work zone, for two or three days, though the dates are unspecified.

Also, during this period the LIRR retaining wall located on Pacific Street between Carlton and Sixth Avenues on the north side of the street will be back filled. (Maybe this also will create "some level of noise.")

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