2009-09-11 / Community

City To Begin Rehab Of B.116 St.Parking Lot


The city's Department of Transportation has announced that beginning October 15, the municipal parking field on Beach 116 Street, next to the subway station, will be rehabilitated. The work will replace existing pavement (level and correct depressed areas); replace broken pipe (sewer work); replace fencing; repair or replace sidewalk around the facility; replace signs; put in new striping and construct new lighting and light poles. The number of spaces will be the same (150 spaces; including 6 handicap spaces). The rates and hours will remain the same -  8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (except Sunday), 25 cents per 20 minutes with a 12-hour limit. The project will take about eight weeks. For the major portion of this time motorists will be able to park in a portion of the field. It will be completely closed for five days — two days for milling/compaction and three days for paving. To minimize the impact on the community during construction, the meters will all be removed and parking in the open portions of the lot will be free. The city's Department of Transportation has announced that beginning October 15, the municipal parking field on Beach 116 Street, next to the subway station, will be rehabilitated. The work will replace existing pavement (level and correct depressed areas); replace broken pipe (sewer work); replace fencing; repair or replace sidewalk around the facility; replace signs; put in new striping and construct new lighting and light poles. The number of spaces will be the same (150 spaces; including 6 handicap spaces). The rates and hours will remain the same - 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (except Sunday), 25 cents per 20 minutes with a 12-hour limit. The project will take about eight weeks. For the major portion of this time motorists will be able to park in a portion of the field. It will be completely closed for five days — two days for milling/compaction and three days for paving. To minimize the impact on the community during construction, the meters will all be removed and parking in the open portions of the lot will be free.

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