The Los Alamos County Public Works/Traffic Division provides the latest updates on the following projects:
Public Works/Traffic Division projects
Road Striping – Los Alamos & White Rock:
Traffic and Streets Division crews continue striping local roadways to replace faded markings for traffic safety. Crews are working east on Trinity and east on Canyon/Central to East Road at the edge of Los Alamos. Once they have completed striping in Los Alamos, they will move to White Rock. Work will continue until main roadways are finished; all work is expected to wrap up mid-July. Work is weather dependent. No traffic delays anticipated that will impede traffic flow; please slow down and use caution when crews are working in these areas.
Questions on the above project? Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 505.662.8150.
Other road construction projects:
NM502 Roundabout and Road Reconstruction (NMDOT project)
Starting next Wednesday, June 12, NM502 (Trinity Drive) east-bound traffic will be detoured to 4th Street and Central Avenue. After a full stop, motorists will be able to turn right (east) and travel through the construction zone to continue east-bound out of Los Alamos on NM502. Please slow down, use caution and expect delays in this area, especially during peak evening commute times.
West-bound NM502 traffic entering Los Alamos and approaching the roundabout construction zone will be detoured onto Central Avenue and continue west to Knecht Street (or alternatively, continue to the traffic light at 15th Street) then turn left to return to Trinity Drive. Please slow down, use caution and expect delays in this area, especially during peak morning commute times.
There will be one lane of traffic in each direction.
Traffic advisories from NMDOT are available on www.nmroads.com and motorists are asked to check the site for updates on this project as it proceeds.
TA-21 Clean Up Project – DP Road (N3B project)
Clean up work on the LANL TA-21 Site at the far eastern end of DP Road continues. Large trucks carrying away demolition debris containers will be exiting DP Road at an average of approximately three trucks per day. Motorists are asked to be alert for trucks exiting; use caution when entering or exiting DP Road, as this area is near the NM502 Road Reconstruction project.