Pace Route 423, which starts at the Linden Street CTA Purple Line station and ends at the Harlem Avenue CTA Blue Line station, will be changed to allow crews to install a new 60-inch sewer across the intersection of North Harlem Avenue and West Talcott Avenue, O'Connor said.
The southbound bus stop at Harlem and Talcott avenues will be removed, O'Connor said. Riders can catch the bus at Harlem and West Seminole Street, O'Connor said.
The northbound bus stop at Harlem and Talcott avenues will be moved from the near side of the intersection to the far side, O'Connor said.
The changes are needed because traffic on the west half of the intersection will be diverted while work is completed on the east half and vice-versa. Traffic on North Harlem Avenue in both directions will be maintained at all times, O'Connor said.
During the first part of the next phase of the project, southbound traffic will be prohibited from turning left at Harlem and Talcott avenues, while northbound traffic will be prohibited from turning left and right, O'Connor said.
Traffic from North Nina Avenue will only be allowed to go east on Talcott Avenue, O'Connor said.
Eastbound and westbound traffic on Talcott Avenue will be detoured around the construction at Harlem Avenue, O'Connor said.
The bus stop changes and traffic detours will be in place until the project is completed in March, O'Connor said.
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