Street Closure and Access to the Steinfeld
May 10, 2022
Downtown Links Constructors (DLC), under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM) are working on the Downtown Links project, which began in August 2020.
Motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians should anticipate intermittent lane restrictions throughout the limits of the project in addition to the following upcoming work:
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Upcoming Roadway Openings
On Friday, May 20, 2022, Sixth Avenue will reopen to vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian travel from Seventh Street to Toole Avenue. However, the sidewalk on the east side of the underpass will remain closed.
On Monday, May 23, 2022, Church Avenue will reopen to two-way travel between Sixth Street and Franklin Street. Turn movements from northbound Church Avenue to eastbound Sixth Street will not be permitted.
Upcoming Roadway Closures
The contractor continues with construction of the new Sixth Street roadway alignment and underpass beneath the Union Pacific Railroad, the new Ninth Avenue Deck Plaza, drainage facilities, underground utility infrastructure, sidewalk, curb and landscaping. The following closures will be in place during this work:
On Monday, May 23, 2022, Sixth Street, from Stone Avenue to Church Avenue, will close to all vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle travel. This closure will be in place for at least 18-months.
Westbound Sixth Street travel will be directed northbound at the new Stone Avenue and Sixth Street intersection.
Eastbound Sixth Street travel can use Granada Avenue to continue either - north to Speedway Boulevard, or south to Broadway.
Eastbound Sixth Street travel can also use Church Avenue to enter the Downtown Area.
On Monday, May 23, 2022, Stone Avenue from Sixth Street to Franklin Street/Toole Avenue will close to all vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle travel. This closure is scheduled to be in place for approximately three months – through August 2022.
All westbound Sixth Street travel will be directed northbound at Stone Avenue.
Residential streets through neighborhoods should not be used as a detour around closures.
The schedule is subject to change due to inclement
weather or unforeseen circumstances.
...for June leClair...
We are very sad to report that June LeClair, owner and founder of Moonlite Creations Gallery, located in the Steinfeld Warehouse, passed away on May 8th. She had unending enthusiasm, a heart of sunshine, and a wonderful sassy spirit (she was from New York, after all!). She was a jewelry artist working in metal clay and a painter of wildlife on stone. As she stated, "Art in my world should not have boundaries but implemented in the many facets of our life. To be seen, worn, lived with and celebrated by creating art in various mediums, wood, glass, metal, clay...."
Moonlite Gallery was June's home studio, where she created her own art, and where she offered classes in metal and art glass clay. It was also a place where she promoted local artisans by showing and selling their art. She made this world a better place. Thank you June. Our love is with you and your family.