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Downtown Streets Become Two-way on Monday
Conversion of four downtown Dubuque streets from one-way to two-way will take effect on Monday, Aug. 25. In preparation of this switch, the City of Dubuque is asking motorists to practice caution this week while one lane of all affected streets will be blocked off for new pavement markings and to acclimate motorists to driving in the right lane.
The one-way to two-way conversion of Ninth Street (between Locust Street and Kerper Boulevard), 11th Street (between Central Avenue and Kerper Boulevard), Pine Street (between Ninth and 11th streets), and 10th Street (between Locust Street and Central Avenue) began in April and will take effect before daylight on Monday, Aug. 25.
The two-way conversion of these streets includes new traffic signals, pavement striping, sidewalk access ramps, and signage.
Please note that Central Avenue, White Street, Bluff Street, and Locust Street will remain one-way streets.
Message signs have been deployed at several downtown locations to warn motorists of the scheduled change. For more information, contact the City of Dubuque Engineering Department at 563-589-4270 or email@example.com.