Complete Streets Construction Update 8/22/2016
-Main Street has been and will remain closed until mid August. Please follow the detour (see below) in place. Pedestrian safety is of extreme importance during this process. Please adhere to all detours, both road and sidewalk, by staying out of cordoned off areas and construction sites at all times.
Over the next week Flanagan’s Construction will be working on the following tasks:
Placing conduits and foundation for lighting fixtures
Pouring concrete roadway on Main Street
Framing curbs and sidewalks and pouring with concrete on Main Street, Essex Street and Millburn Ave
Work completed during the week of 8/15/2016:
Formed and poured concrete road way on Main Street
Framed curbs and sidewalks and poured with concrete on Main Street and Millburn Ave
Formed bump outs on Essex Street and Main Street
All businesses on Main Street between Essex Street and Millburn Ave are open for business during Complete Streets Construction. Businesses include:
• Fiamma Wood Fired Pizza
• 12 Islands Greek Taverna
• Charlie Brown’s
• The Coffee Mill
• Starbucks Coffee
• Millburn Cameras ASAP Photo
• Eye Q Opticians
• Soothing Zen Day Spa
Phase 1 of Complete Streets construction is expected to last through the fall with an anticipated completion date in November. The Downtown area will remain open for business and pedestrian foot traffic during construction.
Main Street Northbound: at Millburn Ave turn right and proceed east until the intersection of Essex Street (Annie Sez), turn left and proceed west on Essex Street. At third traffic light, turn right and precede north on Main Street/Old Short Hills Road.
Main Street Southbound: at Essex Street turn right and proceed west until Douglas Street. Turn left on Douglas Street (Fire Station) and proceed south to Millburn Avenue. At Millburn Avenue, turn left and proceed west until first traffic light. At first traffic light, turn night and proceed south on Main Street.
The link below features the Complete Streets Initiative. This webpage provides details on the projected traffic plans related to the Downtown business area of Millburn.