The Norman Transcript


February 21, 2014

City briefs

NORMAN — Lane closure

Today, the contractor will collect data for the future repair of the dip in the pavement on southbound 12th Avenue Northeast.

The outside southbound lane of 12th Avenue Northeast just south of Robinson will be temporarily closed during the day to allow for construction equipment into the roadway. The lane closure will begin after 9 a.m. and should be reopened before 4 p.m. Signs will be placed to direct the traveling public.

Parking restriction

On Monday, City Traffic Control Division crews will install “No Parking Any Time” signs along the north side of Triad Village Drive between 12th Avenue Southeast and the point, where Triad Village Drive begins to turn to the north. The action is being taken in response to a request from area property owners.

As required by city policy, property owners in the affected area followed the process and submitted a valid support petition for the new parking restriction. Questions may be directed to Angelo Lombardo, Norman transportation engineer, at 366-5327.

— Transcript Staff

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