SW 12th St. Street Project: Tree Removal
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ROAD CLOSURES AND REOPENINGS
We are near final completion of the SW 12th Street Project. The final layer of asphalt needs to be placed between SW Gage Blvd. and SW Oakley Ave. Residents with driveways along that portion of roadway can park on the street while the temporary access road is removed and driveway approaches are reconstructed, mostly on the north side of SW 12th Street. Sidewalk construction also will be completed, with sod, street lights and street signs to follow.
CLICK HERE to read the latest on road closures as the 12th Street Project progresses.
Reverse angle parking can seem intimidating at first, but after a few tries with these three simple steps, you'll be parking like a pro in no time. Weekend workshops are also planned in the near future for City of Topeka residents to practice their reverse angle parking, in anticipation of upcoming changes to 12th Street.
So how can you reverse park in 3 easy steps? Read below or WATCH THE DEMONSTRATION VIDEO Oak Park, Michigan created to educate residents during a roadway redesign project.
When you spot an empty reverse parking stall, turn on your right turn signal.
Pull forward, just in front of the stall, and stop.
Turn your wheel and reverse to park.
TREE PLANTING PLANS
When construction concludes on the 12th Street project, a variety of trees will be planted along the corridor to add shade and aesthetic value. Want to know which trees will go where?
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