Drivers in downtown Greenville may encounter lane or street closures beginning Tuesday as two projects get underway.
The city says Duke Energy crews will begin a project to bury overhead utility lines along Aberdeen Drive between West Lewis Plaza and Augusta Street.
The project scope includes installing electrical conduits for Duke, Charter and AT&T, removing and replacing existing sidewalk, curb and asphalt and minor street resurfacing.
The project is expected to take 80 days to complete.
City officials said at least one lane will be open at all times and most traffic lane shifts will occur between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Also on Tuesday, a section of Falls Park Drive will close as crews perform maintenance on the building at 600 South Main Street.
The closure on Falls Park Drive will be between Boggs Street and Main Street from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday until August 8.
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