Miracle Mile Pedestrian Improvement Project

Welcome to the Miracle Mile Pedestrian Improvement project page. This page contains updates, contact information, documents, and answers to frequently asked questions pertaining to this project.

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  1. Overview
  2. Project Documents
  3. Current Alerts

Project Overview 

This project will be conducted in three phases. The first phase of this project has been completed and the second phase is slated to begin in the summer of 2021. 

Phase 2:  Sidewalk Connection

Status: Active
This project is a continuation of the Miracle Mile Pedestrian Project that was built in 2020 in front of the Listen Center/Plaza. It encompasses approximately 1000 linear feet of sidewalk from the Plaza entrance west of the bus stop to the Terri Dudley Bridge to form a connection to West Lebanon. This is the 2nd phase of a three-phase project from Poverty Lane to West Lebanon. 

How long is this going to take? 

Project construction is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2021 and will be completed in one season. A schedule has been posted under the Project Documents tab.

Which streets are involved?

Affected streets include: US Route 4/Miracle Mile, Route 10

How will I know what is happening?

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Phase 1: Miracle Mile Crosswalk

Status: Completed
This project was a safety improvement project to allow people to cross Route 4 (Miracle Mile, 3-lane configuration) as safely as possible as well as relocating the bus stop from off the hill to a mid-block crossing to offer better visibility of pedestrians in all directions.

The project consisted of constructing approximately 580 linear feet of concrete sidewalk with granite curb; a crosswalk and other pavement markings; pedestrian refuge islands; signs; pedestrian signal packages; pedestrian crossing lighting including two lights; electrical service, wiring, and accessories; landscaping; traffic control; and other miscellaneous components as described in the contract documents.

Pine Hill Construction, LLC out of Claremont was awarded the project contract. 

Work on this project was completed in the last quarter of 2020.