The City will close the intersection of Jackson and 9th Street beginning Friday, Sept. 20 around noon, to install a table top intersection. This is where the trail crosses from one side to the other and the table top intersection will make this crossing more visible to the traveling public. The work is expected to take about four weeks. Local traffic will be permitted in the blocks leading up to the intersection, but there will be a hard closure at the intersection.
The image above shows an example of a table top intersection. It was used to illustrate examples of table top (or “raised”) intersections by the National Association of City Transportation Officials.