This work will be done in two phases:
PHASE 1: Carlisle will be closed from south of Lead to north of Garfield. This phase is scheduled from approximately March 27-April 11, 2011. Garfield will remain open during this phase, but all commuters and non-local residents should use Girard Blvd. SE and Lead Avenue SE as detours.
PHASE 2: The intersection of Garfield and Carlisle will be closed from approximately April 12, 2011 until April 27, 2011 or until work is complete.
Crews will be working extended hours Monday-Friday, from approximately
7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Additional evening or weekend hours may be required due to unforeseen circumstances.
ACCESS WILL BE MAINTAINED TO ALL LOCAL RESIDENCES AND BUSINESSES.
Motorists are asked to use an alternate route if possible, allow extra time to reach their destinations, exercise caution in the construction zone, and follow all signs.
Patti Watson, 245-3134, 269-9691 or email@example.com
Eric Martinez, 245-3138, 850-0163 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Savina Garcia, 348-4018 or 270-0682 or email@example.com
Diane Sholtis, 768-3838 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit http://www.leadandcoal.com/
BUS DETOUR MAP DURING CLOSURE OF CARLISLE
During the planned closure of Carlisle from north of Coal to Garfield, beginning March 28, 2011, Bus Route 16/18 “The Bug” will have a special detour:
Will head south on Carlisle, then east on Lead, then south on Hermosa, then west on Ridgecrest/Burton, the south on Carlisle.
Will head north on Carlisle, then west on Burton, then north on Amherst, then east on Lead, then north on Carlisle.
Temporary bus stops will be located just north of Garfield and just south of Lead on Amherst and on Hermosa. Regular bus stops located along Carlisle at Ridgecrest, between Garfield and Coal and south of Lead will be closed while construction is taking place on Carlisle.
These detours and temporary bus stops are expected to be in place through the closure of Carlisle, scheduled to last approximately 30-45 days (through April 27-May 12, 2011). For more information, please contact the City of Albuquerque Transit Department at www.cabq.gov/transit or call 243-7433.