City: Construction work on the upper roundabout for a river protection project

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – The roundabout connecting four streets in downtown Fort Wayne is under construction while two projects complete this month, including one designed to keep sewage out of the St. Marys River.

The city announced lane restrictions around Superior Circle, the intersection of Fairfield Avenue, Wells, Superior and Ewing streets.

Crews began work Monday on a “consolidation sewer pipe project,” the city said, and the completed work will keep about 12 million gallons of combined sewage out of the St. Marys River by connecting the combined sewer to the deep rock tunnel, the press release explained.

Southbound Wells Street is closed on the river, the city said, with no access to the roundabout. Riders can take Superior to the east and Wells to the north, according to the press release. Motorists heading south on Fairfield may take the Superior west of the roundabout.

The roads are scheduled to reopen on January 30.

Meanwhile, a private development project on Ewing Street between Main and Superior Circle is also in the works, the city said. Ewing has been closed in both directions since last week and is scheduled to reopen on January 24.

https://www.wane.com/top-stories/city-construction-at-superior-roundabout-for-river-protection-project/ City: Construction work on the upper roundabout for a river protection project

Dais Johnston

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