The Mobility Authority is committed to providing proactive communication about construction activities and to being accessible to the general public and business community.
The project will implement business engagement and mitigation strategies designed to address concerns from the business community, manage expectations and share the long-term benefits of the project. Tactics designed to notify, inform and engage businesses and community organizations will be implemented surrounding construction activity. We hope to mitigate as many potential negative impacts to businesses as possible.
Through the same channels of public communication, as well as targeted approaches we hope to be a help to businesses as much as possible throughout the disruption of construction. Beyond this, we’ll be cultivating a group of leaders from the corridor businesses to participate in a business ambassador committee.
Through the business ambassador committee, we will proactively share details and resources to aid in buffering any inconvenience construction might bring, and we hope members will share insights with us to help us best serve the business community. Our goal is for this partnership to have a ripple effect, not only benefitting our committee members’ businesses, but all businesses along the corridor.
If you are a business owner or representative located along U.S. 183 and have questions or would like to inquire about committee membership, please reach out at the Contact Us section below.
In addition, our contractor, Great Hills Constructors, will schedule and coordinate all sidewalk and driveway work throughout the 183 North Mobility Project with affected properties. Their plan includes phased construction, temporary detours and temporary pavement as needed. Detoured or protected ADA compliant walkways will be used to maintain pedestrian access. Mill and overlay work will be performed at night along frontage roads to minimize impacts, and the contractor will use early-strength concrete for driveways requiring a quick turnaround.
The project will result in a much more accessible corridor for all with less congestion along the roadways and better multimodal access, including shared use path sections, connected bike lanes and approximately 11 miles of American Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant sidewalks.