Lexington, SC (June 21, 2018) – Chief Terrence Green of the Lexington Police Department said Friday that the SC-6 One-Way Pair Project changeover is scheduled to occur on the morning of Saturday, June 23, 2018 with Lake Drive and Church Street transitioning to one-way roadways in an effort to improve traffic flows in downtown Lexington.
At approximately 5:00 a.m. the changeover will begin with necessary traffic signals and signage being put in place followed soon after by vehicles being directed into the correct travel lanes on Lake Drive and Church Street to initiate the SC-6 One Way Pair Project.
For northbound traffic on South Lake Drive, the one-way roadway will begin on South Lake Drive at Maiden Lane and will extend to North Church Street.
For southbound traffic traveling on North Lake Drive, the one-way roadway will begin at North Church Street and extend to Maiden Lane. Traffic can make a left onto Maiden Lane or can continue southbound on South Church Street.
Northbound traffic on South Lake Drive, at the intersection of Main Street, can continue straight on North Lake Driver or can turn right or left onto Main Street.
Southbound traffic on North Church Street, at the intersection Main Street, can continue straight on South Church Street or can turn right or left turn onto Main Street.
Officers will be assisting with the changeover by monitoring several key intersections along the route of the one-way pair project route through the weekend and into early next week.
Additional information on the SC-6 One-Way Pair Project can be found online on the Town of Lexington website at http://www.lexsc.com/271/Downtown-Improvements.
Questions regarding the SC-6 One-Way Pair Project should be directed to Director Randy Edwards of the Town of Lexington Transportation Department.
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