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Second Hudson Street Bridge Meeting with NMDOT - Feb. 28

NM-90/Hudson Street Bridge
Silver City, NM

Hudson Bridge

WH0:
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) is in the development stages for replacing the NM-90 Hudson Street Bridge in Silver City. The project will consist of removing the existing bridge, and constructing a new bridge over the San Vicente Arroyo. The new proposed design will have a wider bridge access in order to include sidewalks and a bike lane(s). Additional features will include an upgrade on lighting and signs. Environment, geotechnical, and utility investigations will be conducted for this project.

WHEN: 
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Thursday, February 28, 2013

WHERE:
Grant County Administrative Bldg.
1400 Hwy-180 East.
Silver City, NM 88061

WHAT:
The NMDOT will have staff from District One and South Region Design available to share information and discuss options for traffic control on how detours will be placed in order to provide a safe environment. The public will have an opportunity to view suggested temporary detours that will route motorists west of NM-90 during construction. The NMDOT welcomes residents, businesses and all school Administrators to come and view the project outline.

To request accommodations for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) related access for this meeting, please contact Bridget Spedalieri at (575) 525-7340 at least two days prior to the meeting.

For questions regarding this release please call Bridget Spedalieri, NMDOT District One Public Information Officer at (575) 525-7340 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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