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Coral Springs Drive Sidewalk and Curb Repairs Scheduled to Begin June 18

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL - The Highway and Bridge Maintenance Division will be performing maintenance repairs on the existing sidewalk and curb ramps on Coral Springs Drive from Wiles Road to just south of Sawgrass Expressway beginning June 18, 2018 and ending on or before August 14, 2018, barring any unforeseen conditions or weather delays, the County announced on Monday. The work is being done over the school holiday break to prevent conflicts with school operations, the County said.

The project entails repairing existing sidewalks and upgrading curb ramps on both sides of Coral Ridge Drive in order to make them compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

During construction, traffic on either the northbound or southbound side of Coral Ridge Drive will be temporarily restricted to one lane during daytime hours depending on where crews are working.

Variable message signs will be posted to warn affected motorists and pedestrians.

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