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The anticipated time frame for Auburn Road Northbound Closure/Crile Road to Concord-Hambden Road (Phase 4C) is the end of November 2016.
BUSINESSES REMAIN OPEN ALONG AUBURN ROAD AND CRILE ROAD DURING CONSTRUCTION
In Concord Township, the Shops at Gristmill will continue to be open and accessible from Crile Road. Auburn Road, with access to Crile Road only, is now open. However, northbound traffic on Auburn Road remains closed during the last phase of construction. Only one southbound lane will be open through November, providing access to businesses as well as access to SR 44 from Capital Parkway.
With these new improvements, there will be some temporary detours. Those travelling to Red Hawk Grille, Quail Hollow Resort, and the other businesses and residences east of SR 44 will need to use alternate routes.
Alternate routes include continued travel southbound on SR 44 to either Capital Parkway or Girdled Road. Drivers needing access Auburn Road will take Girdled Road east to Ravenna Road, then head north to Concord-Hambden Road (Rt. 608), and finally turn left (heading west) to Auburn Road.
Access to Crile Road is also accessible through Capital Parkway from SR 44.
Drivers exiting I-90 can also travel northbound and exit at SR 84. Drivers should head west on SR 84 and turn south on either Morley Road or Prouty Road. Those on Prouty should continue onto Auburn, and those on Morley will need to turn left onto Prouty to continue to Auburn Road. Detour signs are posted.
Additionally, the portion of Auburn Road located west of SR 44 is now open. All businesses located near the Tri-Point Medical Center are completely accessible.
CLICK HERE to view a larger image of the detour map.
SR 44 Resurfacing
On Monday (10/17) and Tuesday (10/18), weather permitting, crews will be paving SR 44 from Capital Parkway to just north of I-90. This will involve closing one of two lanes. The hours of operation will be 7:00 pm to 6:00 am.
On Tuesday night, crews will also be paving the Auburn Road Roundabout with the surface course of asphalt. This involves closing the roundabout to traffic for a short period of time.