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Monday, September 8, 2014

Main Street to be blocked between 3rd and 4th

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click to enlarge CLOSURE COMING: Work underway on Main between third and Foirth. - BRIAN CHILSON
  • Brian Chilson
  • CLOSURE COMING: Work underway on Main between third and Foirth.

The city of Little Rock announced today that Main Street would be closed between Third and Fourth for three to four weeks to do landscape and sidewalk work in the "creative corridor" project. "Rain and light gardens" are being installed.

The closure starts at 7 a.m. Wednesday.

The intersection at 3rd and Main can be a mess, particularly during crush times for students coming and going from the eStem school at Third and Louisiana. So be on the lookout. Pedestrian and bicycle traffic will continue to be allowed on the block. But the sidewalk work creates a considerable mess, I've learned during work between 2nd and 3rd in front of the Main Street parking deck.


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