Wade Avenue paving slows daily commute

Paving work on Wade Avenue that was supposed to be finished by 6 a.m. Monday won't be done until noon, causing some traffic delays in Raleigh.

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RALEIGH, N.C. — Paving work on Wade Avenue was causing some Monday morning traffic delays in Raleigh.

Crews closed the 2600 block of Wade Avenue, between Canterbury Road and Gardner Street, on Sunday morning to repair a sewer line. Repaving the area was supposed to be finished by noon Monday, but officials said it would stretch into the afternoon. All lanes were expected to reopen before the evening rush hour.

Eastbound traffic should turn right on Canterbury Road, left on Barmettler Street, left on Gardner Street and then right back to Wade Avenue. Westbound traffic should turn left on Gardner Road, right on Barmettler Street, right on Canterbury Road then left to Wade Avenue.


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