Nebraska City Plans Road Future With Fourth Corso Open

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City commissioners approved their one-year street plan Monday to include the transportation future after the new Fourth Corso viaduct opens this summer.

The bridge was closed in June of 2015. Hawkins Construction began work on the $6 million bridge last February.

The one-year plan also includes completion of the 11th Street bridge at North Table Creek.

City Administrator Grayson Path said once the two main bridges are open, the city plans to conduct maintenance work on three other bridges, including the 16th Street creek crossing.

Also in the one-year plan are asphalt and sidewalks improvements funded with community development blocks based on the needs area.

The city is planning a $375,000 paving project for Sixth Street from First to Eighth avenue and a $290,000 project for Seventh Street from First to Third Avenue.

The block grant also provides funds for Memorial Building roof repairs and ADA improvements to Nuckolls Square bathroom.

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