Section of Greenville’s Dickinson Avenue closes for 15 Weeks

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – You may have noticed some extra traffic on your commute through Greenville Monday.

A section of Dickinson Avenue has closed for 15 weeks.

That’s because the Tenth Street Connector Project is moving into a new phase, closing Dickinson Avenue from Columbia Avenue to West Ninth Street.

The closure will provide contractors the opportunity to set the beams for the 10th Street Connector bridge, bore the water, sewer, and storm drain under the railroad tracks, and rehabilitate Dickinson in that area. The closure will also let CSX to remove and replace their signals and track surface. Detours will be posted.

Dickinson will reopen on December 5.

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