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Bollard installation in downtown Brooksville and upcoming road closures

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The installation of yellow bollards, short cement posts, began in the downtown area of Brooksville earlier this month. The bollards will replace the use of barricades used during special event road closures.

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According to the city, “These bollards help to ensure the safety of pedestrians and vehicle drivers alike. In addition to the safety, the bollards provided aesthetic benefits as a replacement to currently used barricades. They are easier to store and are easy to install and maintain providing a more cost-effective option for the City in the long term. The current barricades will continue to be used for road closures during construction, paving and re-paving and when crews are repairing city water lines etc., as well as for larger events that require mass road closures.”

The closures listed below are tentative and closures and specifics might change due to weather or operational circumstance:

Tuesday, April 12, 2022 – S. Main St. from Liberty St. to Broad St. only the east side of Main St. so the southbound lane will be open for one-way traffic.
Tuesday, April 19, 2022 – S. Main St. from Liberty St. to Broad St. only the west side of Main St. so the Northbound lane will be open for one-way traffic.
Thursday, April 21, 2022 – S. Main St. from Broad St. to E. Jefferson St. only the east side of Main St. so the southbound lane will be open for one-way traffic.
Tuesday, April 26, 2022 – S. Main St. from Broad St. to E. Jefferson St. only the west side of Main St. so the northbound lane will be open for one-way traffic.
Thursday, April 28, 2022 – Main St. from E. Jefferson St. to Ft. Dade Ave. only the east side of Main St. so the southbound lane will be open for one-way traffic.
Tuesday, May 3, 2022 – Main St. from E. Jefferson St. to Ft. Dade Ave. only the west side of Main St. so the northbound lane will be open for one-way traffic.
Thursday, May 5, 2022 – Ft. Dade Ave. from Magnolia Ave. up to USPS exit. there will be no pass-thru and traffic will have to go around via Magnolia or Howell Ave.
For information contact the City of Brooksville at 352-540-3810 or [email protected]

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