Sunday, June 17, 2012

Grant Line Road railroad crossing work on June 18.

The following closure will have no effect on vehicular access to NABC's Pizzeria & Public House from I-265.

If you reach us from inner city NA, there'll be a detour; many of you probably already know the various ways to cut through back streets. There are many.

The city believes this work will not take an entire week, so we're hoping it'll be just a few days of inconvenience at the beginning of the week. The long delayed work on our stretch of Grant Line Road, which has been manifested by lane closures, continues and is expected to be finished by September.

Part of Grant Line Road to close June 18; CSX resurfacing railroad crossing near Pillsbury plant, by Daniel Suddeath (News and Tribune)

NEW ALBANY — The date for the Grant Line Road closure has been moved back to June 18, as the street will be shut down at the train tracks near Rolling Creek Drive for likely one week.

CSX Railroad Corp. will be resurfacing the crossing in conjunction with the city’s Grant Line Road improvement project, though New Albany is flipping the bill for the work.

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