Just for clarification, when Rollins Road closes for TWO WEEKS it is to complete the bypass over the railroad while installing temporary rails west of the existing rails, and installing NEW R.R. signals SOUTH of the existing rail crossing location. If you look in the video below you will see where the bypass asphalt ends just after the new configuration of Hainesville Road. From that point east is where they will be working during the two week closure. Traffic will thus travel on the new reconfigured Hainesville Road during that closure and beyond. This closure has nothing to do with the big R.R. bridge that will be installed over Rollins next year.
Everything EAST of the newly configured Hainesville Road will be closed starting Nov 11th thru Nov 25th. Traffic on current Rollins Road will need to turn SOUTH onto Hainesville Road at the new intersection west of McDonald’s starting Nov 8th and continue to Shorewood, Washington, or Route 120 to get to the other side of the railroad tracks.
Thursday was rained out but they were able to get a lot of the concrete forms placed on Wednesday for the new Hainesville Road and Clarendon Drive.