Rapid City - Omaha Street - ADA Updates Intersection and Sidewalk
*The south-closed detour will be in effect first.
On Omaha Street from LaCrosse Street intersection to Covington Street
ADA Curb Ramp Upgrades, Sidewalk, Traffic Signals, Intersection Improvement and Right of Way
This project includes the complete reconstruction of LaCrosse Street intersection including underground utilities, partial reconstruction of Cambell Street intersection (removal of islands and construction of right turn lanes on Omaha Street, new pedestrian signals at the intersections of Mickelson Drive, St. Patrick Street, WB US 16B Ramp, Twilight Drive, Elderberry Road, new traffic signals at LaCrosse Street, Cambell Street, and Jolly Lane. This project also includes storm sewer at various locations, and sidewalk to connect the entire corridor.
Project Benefits: Provides an ADA compliant walking path with pedestrian signal controls on Omaha Street from LaCrosse Street to Covington Drive. This project also upgrades the LaCrosse Street intersection with new underground utilities, new PCC pavement, sidewalk, and new a traffic signal with pedestrian signal controls. At the intersection of Cambell Street and Omaha Street, a safety improvement will be accomplished with the removal of the islands at each corner that will be replaced with right turn lanes on Omaha Street with upgrades to the traffic signal, pedestrian signal control, and new sidewalk.
Spring of 2022 - Early Summer of 2023
Project Press Releases:
March 8, 2023: Work Scheduled to Begin on Omaha Street and Lacrosse Street Intersection in Rapid City S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) says work at the intersection of Omaha Street and Lacrosse Street in Rapid City is scheduled to begin on Monday, March 13, 2023. Read More
August 11, 2022: RAPID CITY, S.D. – The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) says work at the intersection of Omaha Street and Cambell Street in Rapid City is scheduled to begin on Monday, Aug. 15, 2022. The work will consist of adding an additional right turn lane, removal of median islands, sidewalk and storm sewer improvements, and construction of a shared-use path. Read More
Photos Left to Right:
Reinforcement in the SE corner of Omaha & Cambell intersection, Paving in the SW corner of Omaha & Cambell intersection, Paving the SE corner of Omaha & Cambell intersection
Project Contract Amount:
Ti-Zack Concrete Inc.
39352 221st Avenue
LeCenter, MN 56057
Chris Hartwig, Vice President
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