LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) — The city of Lexington is giving commuters a traffic warning ahead of construction scheduled for Euclid Avenue.
Euclid Avenue will be one-way toward East High Street from Transylvania Park to Woodland Avenue from July 11 through July 16.
The northbound lanes of Euclid Avenue will be closed at Woodland Avenue to repair and replace a sewer line.
Woodland Avenue and Rose Lane are available to use as a detour route. The city of Lexington asks motorists to drive slowly and watch for pedestrians and workers in construction areas.
This project will repair and increase the size of an aging sewer pipe that leads from a side street to the main sewer line.
The main sewer line was upsized and replaced two years ago during the Euclid Sewer Project, in which the two miles of sewer that run from Oliver Lewis Way to Tates Creek Road were rehabilitated.