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Daisy Lane 2017-09-19T16:47:24+00:00

Project Description

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Daisy Lane

JTL provided survey, four alternates in the preliminary design phase, final design, specifications, and right-of-way engineering and acquisition services for 100 parcels for this project. The 1.6 miles was divided into 4 phases for construction in order to minimize the inconvenience to the traffic and property owners. It included the widening of Daisy Lane from State Street to Grant Line Road to include curb and gutter and sidewalks on both sides. A Two-Way Left Turn Lane (TWLTL) was provided in Phase 2 and half of Phase 3. A single lane roundabout (the first in New Albany on a public roadway) with a concrete truck apron was provided at the “T” intersection of Schell Lane. This was the best option for improving this intersection, but it presented several challenges in the design phase due to the steep grade to the West, sharp curve to the East, and close proximity of the house on the South. It also included the relocation of one property owner at the North east corner of the intersection. Other challenges were maintaining access during construction for emergency vehicles. Phase 4 included a new traffic signal installation at Beechwood Avenue and two traffic signals modernized on Grant Line Road. The three signal system was synchronized using radio controlled equipment. A dual left-turn lane was provided on Daisy Lane to northbound Grant Line Road. Part-time construction inspection was also provided.

  • JTL Engineers Project Daisy Lane
  • JTL Engineers Project Daisy Lane
  • JTL Engineers Project Daisy Lane
  • JTL Engineers Project Daisy Lane
  • JTL Engineers Project Daisy Lane
  • JTL Engineers Project Daisy Lane
  • JTL Engineers Project Daisy Lane

Project Details

CLIENT

New Albany Redevelopment

Location

New Albany, IN

Services Provided
  • Design Services
  • Property Acquisition/Relocation
  • Round-a-bout Design
  • Survey
  • Construction Administration and Observation