Brunswick Paving Boston Road
The city of Brunswick will pave the south side of Boston Road starting Sept. 8.
The work area will include sections of Boston from where concrete pavement ends just west of West 130th Street to a point just east of Pearl Road.
Traffic is to be maintained during the resurfacing, although short-term detours are possible. Work is expected to wrap up by early November.
Boston Road is the dividing line between Cuyahoga and Medina counties, with Brunswick maintaining the south side and Strongsville responsible for parts of the north side.
Asphalt Paving on Drake, Lunn
Work is under way on resurfacing Drake Road and Lunn Road. In both cases, the projects will replace ashpalt between Pearl and Prospect roads.
Paving started in late July and should wrap up around the end of August.
Two-way traffic will be maintained, but delays are possible.
Pearl Road Phase 2
Motorists should expect delays along Pearl Road (Route 42) between Drake Road and the county line at Boston Road as a widening project continues.
Pearl Road is expected to remain open to traffic throughout the 18-month project, which is projected for completion in May 2015.
The project involves widening the existing two-lane asphalt road between Drake and Boston roads into a five-lane concrete street with curbs and sidewalks, new storm sewers and a new waterline.
It is designed to smooth out traffic flow and improve safety.
A full-time construction manager is on-site throughout the project. Residents who have a concern or question can contact Chris Brubaker at the local construction office at 17000 Pearl Road, or call (440) 238-5962.