Construction Alert: South 200th Street

Roadway restoration begins along S 200th Street: Traffic shift starts on Wednesday, August 26 

Crews building the Angle Lake Station will begin restoring S 200th Street between 26th Avenue S and International Boulevard as early as Wednesday, Aug. 26. Crews will replace the roadway, curbs, gutters and sidewalks. They will also place a final layer of asphalt and paint permanent stripes on the roadway. Crews will maintain at least one lane of traffic in each direction along S 200th Street during this work.

This work is expected to take up to 5 months to complete and is weather dependent.
PHASE 1: Crews will begin on the south side of S. 200th Street. Traffic will be shifted to the north.
PHASE 2: Crews will begin on the north side of S. 200th Street. Traffic will be shifted to the north.
What to expect:
  • 24/7 lane closures along S 200th Street.
  • Potential motorist delays on S 200th Street and International Boulevard.
  • Turn lane closed from eastbound S 200th Street to northbound International Boulevard*
Motorists heading eastbound on S 200th Street from the vicinity of Des Moines Memorial Drive will not be able to turn left onto International Boulevard to head north.

Detour: From S 200th Street heading east, turn left onto 26th Avenue S heading north, turn right onto S 188th Street, then turn left onto International Boulevard to head north.
  • Work will typically occur during daytime hours between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
  • Some pedestrian detours may be necessary. Signage will help pedestrians get around the work.
  • Noise from digging up existing sections of roadway and equipment operations (trucks, excavators, bulldozers, tractor trucks, saw-cutting equipment).
  • Night work and lighting to illuminate the work area.
  • Businesses are open 
There will be changes in access to a few local businesses in the area. Look for signage to help direct you to business parking.

*Subject to change. Please look for messages on the Variable Message Signs for the most up-to-date information.

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