Table Rock Road Waterline Project Continues

Construction Photo trenchThe Medford Water Commission's project to install 18,000 feet of new 42" pipe along Table Rock Road is continuing.  For safety purposes, a temporary speed zone reduction (35 MPH) is now in place for specific work areas.  These temporary speed reduction areas will be updated as needed as work progresses.  Please watch for changes in traffic patterns, speed zones, and lane changes.  Slow down for safety and if at all possible avoid the work area entirely by finding alternate routes for your travel.

National Work Zone Awareness Week is April 15-19 this year and this project is a good example of why increasing awareness of work zones is so important.  With many workers, large equipment, a deep trench, and a busy road this project (and many others) benefit from drivers being aware.  Slow down for orange, mind the cone zone, and Give 'em a Brake.  More information on National Work Zone Awareness Week can be found at https://www.nwzaw.org/.

What to expect -
- remember the project runs from the water treatment plant near Kirtland Road all the way to Vilas Road.  This is multiple miles with major intersecting routes.
- work will progress in phases that are not linear, so expect active work areas to show up anywhere along the project length.
- 35 MPH temporary speed zones will be placed where needed for increased safety of motorists and workers.
- delays, especially during peak travel times.  Remember to use alternate routes and avoid the area entirely if possible.
- this project will continue until February 2025.
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For further detailed information about the project, please visit www.medfordwater.org/tablerock .