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Westville Avenue Project included the restoration of the intersection at Westville and Highland Avenues and sidewalk rehabilitation from Lake Avenue to Staples Street. This rehabilitation project was under the supervision of the Director of Public Works/City Engineer and the Construction Services Division. Construction Services was responsible for on-time and on-budget completion of the project.
City Engineering prepared plans for an upgrade of Westville Highland Avenue intersection. This was a dangerous intersection that was determined by the City to be a priority for reclamation. Some infrastructure improvements included: 1) regrading and paving of roadway surfaces; 2) improved traffic pattern and traffic devices which included an area of stamp asphalt; 3) improved sight lines, guide rails; and 4) solar powered electronic traffic speed control devices, among other improvement items.
Brand new City sidewalks, curbing, driveway aprons and fencing were installed for area residents were also part of the Westville project. Other crossroad intersections with Westville that were part of the project included Roger and Myrtle Avenues and Staples Street. Upgrades to crosswalk areas and the installation of a new sidewalk were made in accordance with the American Disabilities act (ADA).