Main Street Mishawaka, IN

Mishawaka, IN
Streetscape, Municipalities, Transportation
City of Mishawaka
Project Details

Abonmarche provided the field survey and engineering design for

the reconstruction of Main Street from the St. Joseph River Bridge to

Battell Street. Main Street was formerly Indiana State Road 331 and

had four existing traffic lanes. This project provided for four continuous

traffic lanes and a continuous left turn lane. The new construction also

included a new storm sewer, water main, concrete pavement with

curbing, sidewalks, and ornamental street lighting. The storm sewer

system was designed to accommodate the drainage from the adjacent

neighborhood to the west at a future date. A new traffic signal system

was installed at the Mishawaka Avenue intersection with a video

detection system, an uninterruptable power supply unit, and an optical

preemption traffic control system for emergency vehicles. The project

was designed to be built under traffic with one lane open in each

direction for 97 percent of the construction period. Pedestrian access

was provided to Mishawaka’s only local drug store, a convenience store,

a local leather specialty shop, and a school.



· Increased traffic lanes from four to five

· New traffic signal system

· Maintenance of traffic and business access




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