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(April 26, 2019)

Two high traffic roads have reopened after emergency reconstruction.

On March 10th, Mayor Jean Stothert directed the Public Works Department to close 144th Street between “U” and “Q” due to extreme concrete damage. The damaged concrete was removed and the road has been completely rebuilt. Concrete repairs have also been completed on several roads surrounding Westroads including the southbound lanes under the Dodge Street bridge.  Additional work continues around the mall.

In addition, several street resurfacing projects are underway at these locations: (These are projects funded in 2018, but not completed before winter weather)

Pacific Street: 78th to 84th

Leavenworth: 36th to 45th

36th & Hamilton Area

35th & Gold Area

32nd Avenue: Hascall to Gold

 

APRIL 19-26

REPORTED POTHOLES:  2,233*

POTHOLES REPAIRED:   6,301

ASPHALT USED:  883 TONS

APRIL 12-18

REPORTED POTHOLES:  3,191*

POTHOLES REPAIRED:   6,177

ASPHALT USED:    867 TONS

 

APRIL 5-11

REPORTED POTHOLES: 3,175*

POTHOLES REPAIRED:   6,020

ASPHALT USED:   843 TONS

 

MARCH 29-APRIL 4

REPORTED POTHOLES: 5,772*

POTHOLES REPAIRED: 7,445 

ASPHALT USED:  1,044 TONS

 

MARCH 18-27

REPORTED POTHOLES: 7,407*

POTHOLES REPAIRED: 5,550

ASPHALT USED:  775 TONS

*This includes every reported location, even locations reported multiple times, so the actual number is  lower.

The repair estimate is based on the amount of asphalt used and the average size of repaired potholes (3’ x 3’ x 8” deep).  We are using this estimate because pothole reports are bundled into work orders for scheduled repairs.  A work order can be one pothole, or a street with multiple potholes, so this estimate is the most accurate number.

During the week April 19 - April 26 we worked at these locations repairing potholes with asphalt.  Work at some of these locations is ongoing.

AMES:   60th to 72ND

BABE GOMEZ: “R” to “Z”

BLONDO: 90TH TO 144TH

DAVENPORT: 48TH TO 50TH

DAVENPORT: 117TH TO 120TH

DEWEY AVENUE: PARK AVENUE TO TURNER BLVD

DODGE STREET: 28TH TO 29TH (BRIDGE JOINTS)

ELKHORN DRIVE: MAIN STREET TO WEST MAPLE

GRAND AVENUE: 48TH TO 50TH

“I” STREET: 102ND TO 132ND

JJ PERSHING DRIVE: 9TH TO 16TH

“L” STREET: 120TH TO 132ND

LARIMORE AVENUE: 42ND TO 48TH

 “M” STREET: 108TH TO 114TH

MARTIN AVENUE: MINNE LUSA TO 30TH

MILITARY AVE: 72ND TO 78TH

REGENCY PKWY: PACIFIC TO DODGE (including ramps at Dodge)

ROLLING RIDGE DRIVE: 156TH TO 168TH

SADDLE CREEK & CUMING

WEST MAPLE ROAD: 204TH TO ELKHORN DRIVE

WESTROADS LOOP

WESTWOOD LANE: PEDERSEN DRIVE TO 122ND

WYCLIFFE DRIVE/PIEDMONT

36TH STREET: MORMON TO CRAIG 

42ND STREET: GROVER TO I-80

42ND STREET: HARRISON TO “R”

52ND STREET: AMES TO NORTHWEST RADIAL

52nd STREET: BEFORD TO SPAULDING

60th STREET: AMES TO NW RADIAL

61ST STREET: CHICAGO TO UNDERWOOD

66TH STREET: WESTERN TO UNDERWOOD

72ND STREET: CROWN POINT TO STATE

72ND STREET: IZARD TO FARNAM

72ND & ”J”

80TH STREET: HICKORY TO SHIRLEY

84TH STREET: MARTHA TO RIDGEWOOD

90TH STREET: MAPLEWOOD TO FORT

108TH STREET: FOWLER TO FORT

120TH STREET: FRANKLIN TO BLONDO

120TH STREET: “L” to CENTER

132ND STREET:  MAPLE TO BLONDO

154TH STREET & 152ND STREET SOUTH OF WYCLIFFE

156TH STREET:  BLONDO TO DODGE

156TH STREET: SUMMERWOOD TO STONEYBROOK

168TH STREET:  OAK TO CENTER

We request citizens make pothole reports to the Mayor’s Hotline 402-444-5555, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or omahahotline.com rather than social media sites so reports can be promptly reported to the Street Maintenance Division for repair.

   

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