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Vincennes Boulevard roundabout to be temporarily closed

December 10, 2018
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

The Vincennes Boulevard roundabout at Southeast 47th Terrace in Cape Coral is anticipated to close for six days this month so crews can conduct crosswalk construction work as part of the SE 47th Terrace Streetscape Project.

The roundabout is expected to be closed on the following dates Tuesday, Dec. 11 through Friday, Dec. 14; and Wednesday, Dec. 19 through Thursday, Dec. 20.

Detour signs will be displayed to assist drivers and pedestrians in navigating the area while this work is under way. Additionally, the roundabout may be closed for several days in January for landscaping and final completion. More details to be provided as soon as they become available.

Businesses are open throughout the entire project limits. Customers can access businesses in the block from Vincennes Boulevard to Southeast 15th Avenue, in the following ways:

From Cape Coral Parkway:

Traveling eastbound, turn north onto Vincennes Boulevard, and take the first available right turn to enter Big John's Plaza. Park in Big John's Plaza parking lot and walk to businesses. This is the quickest access when traveling south on Coronado Parkway and turning east onto Cape Coral Parkway.

Traveling westbound, turn north onto S.E. 15th Avenue (by the Wendy's), and take the first available left turn after the Wendy's entrance into the alley access. Park in Big John's and walk to businesses. This is the quickest access when traveling south on Del Prado Boulevard and turning west onto Cape Coral Parkway.

A detour map will be issued early next week.

The streetscape project, which began in late January 2018, is part of the city of Cape Coral's efforts to transform South Cape with more space for pedestrians and drivers, additional parking, new landscape to beautify the area, and improved underground infrastructure that will benefit the community for years to come. For more information on the project, visit www.se47terrace.com, e-mail info@se47terrace.com or call 239-676-3462.

Source: City of Cape Coral

 
 
 

 

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