Culpeper District Traffic Alerts: Week of Apr 26-30

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Published Saturday, Apr. 24, 2021, 3:54 pm

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The following highway work is scheduled, continue permitting, in a Culpeper District during a arriving week. Traffic movements might be limited and speed boundary reduced in work zones. (NEW) or (UPDATE) indicate revisions given final week’s report.

Culpeper District trade information is also accessible on Twitter during @VaDOTCulp and on VDOT’s website during www.virginiadot.org/travel/travel_alerts/culpeper/default.asp.

Albemarle County

Albemarle Design-Build Projects

  • Diverging Diamond Interchange: Expect workers nearby a transport lanes on Route 250 (Richmond Road) nearby Interstate 64 for initial construction tasks Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Speed extent reduced to 25 miles per hour.

(NEW) Interstate 64 – Roadside upkeep during mile pen 115. Right shoulder sealed Monday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

(NEW) Interstate 64 – Transportation of a super bucket between mile pen 146 and mile pen 99. Be warning for delayed relocating westbound vehicles Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

(UPDATE) Interstate 64 – Bridge rug unconditional operations in both directions from mile pen 123 to mile pen 128. Be warning for delayed relocating vehicles and design mobile, swapping line closures Monday from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.

(NEW) Route 6 (Irish Road) – Inspection of contemplative cement markers between Scottsville and a Nelson County line. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Route 20 (Scottsville Road) – Brush dismissal operations from Route 742 (Avon Street Extended) to Route 726 (James River Road). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

(UPDATE) Route 29 (Seminole Trail) – Pipe work only south of Lewis and Clark Drive. Southbound right spin line sealed Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(NEW) Route 231 (Gordonsville Road) – Inspection of contemplative cement markers between Route 22 (Louisa Road) and a Orange County line. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Route 631 (Old Lynchburg Road) – Utility work underneath VDOT permit. Southbound right line sealed from Route 781 (Sunset Avenue Extended) to Route 1870 (Ambrose Commons Drive) starting Monday. Use counsel roving by a work zone.

(NEW) Route 635 (Miller School Road) – Resurfacing operations from Route 637 (Dick Woods Road) to Route 250 (Rockfish Gap Turnpike). Expect swapping line closures Thursday and Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

(UPDATE) Route 637 (Dick Woods Road) – Resurfacing operations from Route 1761 (Retriever Run) to Route 681 (Ragged Mountain Drive). Expect swapping line closures Wednesday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

(NEW) Route 641 (Burnley Station Road) – Inspection of overpass over a railroad. Road sealed during overpass during investigation Tuesday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

(NEW) Route 651 (Free State Road) – Inspection of overpass over a railroad. Road sealed during overpass during investigation Tuesday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

(NEW) Route 745 (Arrowhead Valley Road) – Inspection of dual bridges over a railroad. One overpass sealed during a time for investigation Monday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

(NEW) Route 1403 (Berkmar Drive) – Road work underneath VDOT assent between Route 1438 (Hilton Heights Road) and Route 1417 (Woodbrook Drive). Southbound trade will use core lane.

Culpeper County 

(UPDATE) Business Route 15 (James Madison Highway) – Pavement imprinting operations from Main Street to Route 762 (Brandy Road). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Wednesday by Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Route 3 (Germanna Highway) – Pavement imprinting operations from a city of Culpeper to a Orange County line. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Route 15 (James Madison Highway) – Pavement imprinting operations from a Madison County line to Route 299 (Madison Road). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Route 15 (James Madison Highway) – Utility work between Route 29 (James Monroe Highway) and Route 299 (Madison Road). Expect workers nearby a transport lanes Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

(NEW) Route 211 (Lee Highway) – Tree pleat operations from Route 229 (Rixeyville Road) to Route 621 (Colvin Road). Eastbound right line sealed Thursday and Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Route 229 (Rixeyville Road) – Pavement imprinting operations from a city of Culpeper to Route 211 (Lee Highway). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Route 299 (Madison Road) – Pavement imprinting operations from Route 15 (James Madison Highway) to Route 29 (James Monroe Highway). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

(NEW) Route 522 (Zachary Taylor Highway) – Brush dismissal operations from a Orange County line to Route 3 (Germanna Highway). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Thursday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

(NEW) Route 522 (Sperryville Pike) – Pavement imprinting operations from a city of Culpeper to a Rappahannock County line. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(NEW) Route 630 (Jamesons Mill Road) – Installation of siren between Route 631 (Muddy Run Lane) and Route 640 (Ryland Chapel Road). Expect swapping line closures Monday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fauquier County 

(UPDATE) Interstate 66 – Ditch cleaning operations. Be warning for workers nearby a transport lanes between mile pen 15 and mile pen 33 Monday by Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(NEW) Interstate 66 – Landscaping work in a median between mile pen 18 and mile pen 33. Be warning for workers nearby a transport lanes Monday by Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(NEW) Business Route 15 (Remington Road) – Pavement imprinting operations from both connectors of Route 15/29. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(UPDATE) Route 15/29 (James Madison Highway) – Pavement imprinting operations from a Culpeper County line to a Prince William County line. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(NEW) Route 17 (James Madison Highway) – Extension of right spin line during Route 698 (O’Bannon Road). Right line sealed Monday by Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

(UPDATE) Route 17 (James Madison Highway) – Pavement imprinting operations from Warrenton to Interstate 66. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(UPDATE) Route 17 (James Madison Highway) – Brush dismissal operations from Route 777 (Old Zion Road) and Route 628 (Dupont Road). Northbound left line sealed Monday by Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Intermittent southbound left line closures.

(NEW) Route 17 (Marsh Road) – Pavement imprinting operations from a Stafford County line to Opal. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(NEW) Route 211 (Lee Highway) – Pavement imprinting operations from a Culpeper County line to Route 681 (Holtzclaw Road). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Wednesday by Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(UPDATE) Route 215 (Vint Hill Road) – Pavement imprinting operations from Route 29 (Lee Highway) to a Prince William County line. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

(UPDATE) Route 245 (Old Tavern Road) – Pavement imprinting operations from Route 17 (Winchester Road) to The Plains. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Route 245 (Old Tavern Road) – Bridge work during Interstate 66. Northbound right line sealed underneath a I-66 bridges. Speed extent reduced to 45 miles per hour. Use counsel roving by a work zone.

Route 616 (Bristersburg Road) – Utility work underneath VDOT assent nearby Route 28 (Catlett Road). Expect swapping line closures Monday by Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Route 642 (Old Calverton Road) – Utility work underneath VDOT assent nearby Route 790 (Boteler Road) and Route 616 (Bristersburg Road). Expect swapping line closures Monday by Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

(NEW) Route 702 (Rock Hill Mill Road/Frogtown Road) – Installation of pipe. Road sealed to by trade Wednesday starting during 7:30 a.m. Pipe is located about 0.8-mile west of Route 709 (Zulla Road).

Fluvanna County 

Route 656 (Bremo Road) – Rehabilitating dual bridges about 0.3-mile easterly of Route 657 (Bremo Bluff Road). Use swap routes. Anticipated execution Jul 5.

Greene County 

(NEW) Route 33 (Spotswood Trail) – Inspection of contemplative cement markers between Route 29 (Seminole Trail) and a Rockingham County line. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Route 643 (Entry Run Road) – Road sealed for puncture deputy of low-water structure nearby a passed end.

Louisa County 

(NEW) Interstate 64 – Brush dismissal operations from mile pen 131 to mile pen 147. Mobile left line closure in both directions Monday by Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Interstate 64 – Ditch cleaning operations from mile pen 147 to mile pen 136. Be warning for workers nearby a transport lanes Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

(NEW) Interstate 64 – Transportation of a super bucket between mile pen 146 and mile pen 99. Be warning for delayed relocating westbound vehicles Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Route 22/208 (Davis Highway) – School Bus Road realignment project. Be warning for construction workers and vehicles nearby a transport lanes between Route 625 (Chalk Level Road) and Route 767 (School Bus Road).

(NEW) Route 208 (Courthouse Road/Davis Highway) – Inspection of contemplative cement markers between Route 642 (Old Bickley Town Road) and a city of Mineral. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Route 647 (Harts Mill Road) – Rehabilitating overpass over a South Anna River. Road sealed to by traffic. Detour around Route 640 (East Old Mountain Road) and Route 522 (Cross County Road). Anticipated execution Sept. 22.

Route 767 (School Bus Road) – School Bus Road realignment project. Relocating Route 767 to align with Route 625 (Chalk Level Road). Be warning for construction workers and vehicles nearby a transport lanes. Anticipated execution Dec. 15.

Orange County 

(NEW) Route 522 (Zachary Taylor Highway) – Brush dismissal operations from Route 663 (True Blue Road) to a Culpeper County line. Expect mobile, swapping line closures Thursday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Route 522 (Zachary Taylor Highway) – Pipe work between Route 621 (Church Hill Road) and Route 636 (River Road). Be warning for workers nearby a transport lanes Monday by Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Route 635 (Greenwood Road) – Replacing overpass over a Norfolk Southern Railroad. Expect few daytime flagging operations. Existing overpass will sojourn open to trade during construction. Anticipated execution Jun 2021.

Rappahannock County 

Route 231 (F T Valley Road) – Installation of cement markers from a Madison County line to Route 522 (Sperryville Pike). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday by Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

(NEW) Route 522 (Sperryville Pike) – Brush dismissal from Route 231 (F T Valley Road) to Route 604 (Round Hill Road). Expect mobile, swapping line closures Monday and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Road conditions and other real-time transport information can be found on the 511 Virginia website, a giveaway VDOT 511 mobile app or by job 511 from any phone in Virginia. VDOT updates are also on Facebook and a district’s Twitter account, @VaDOTCulp.

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City of Bend highway and trade report: Week of May 10-16

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — Here is a city of Bend’s highway and trade news for a week of May 10-16.

As a open flowers start to emerge, an denote of warmer continue to come, so too are a orange construction signs, indicating a commencement of a bustling construction season. As we navigate your approach by a City streets and neighborhoods, greatfully remember to delayed down, review a signs and stay on a designated highway routes. Check-in weekly with a City on arriving closures by a website: bendoregon.gov/traffic. Construction deteriorate will not final forever, greatfully be studious and remember to expostulate like you’re in your possess neighborhood.

  • Street preservation – Slurry sign work will continue this week. Several residential roads will see one-day closures in Bend. To see if your travel will be affected, conduct to our Street Preservation page for a list of projects.
  • NE Division Street between NE Division Street and NE 3rd Street (Highway 97 Business) for ADA ramp construction, line closures along Division Street, 5/3/21 – 5/21/21, 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • NE Butler Market – Purcell Intersection – sealed for devious construction commencement May 3rd – midst September. This is partial of a sovereignty mezzanine project. For serve information, visit bendoregon.gov/empire.
  • Brosterhous Road between Parrell Road and Brentwood Avenue for infrastructure installation, singular line closures with flagging, 5/4/21 – 5/28/21, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • SE Reed Market Road between SE 6th Street and SE Herold Street for H2O use replacement, singular line closure with line shift, 4/26/21 – 5/12/21
  • NW Skyline Ranch Road between NW Chianti Lane and NW Shevlin Meadow Drive for infrastructure installation, full highway closure, starts 4/12/2021
  • McClain Drive between NW Shevlin Park Road and NW Shevlin Meadow Drive for infrastructure installation, work began 11/30/20
  • SW Colorado – Columbia intersection – Closed for Roundabout construction commencement Mar 1st – mid-May. Additional highway closures associated to closure listed below. For serve information, visit bendoregon.gov/Columbia-roundabouts.
    • Colorado Avenue between SW Emkay Drive (west) and SW Emkay (east)
    • SW Columbia Avenue sealed between SW Emkay Drive and SW Disk Drive
  • Desert Woods Neighborhood Extension Project – Roads sealed for Sewer categorical designation with internal access, 3/8/21 – 5/31/21. For serve information, visit bendoregon.gov/desertwoods.
    • East Lake Drive between Twin Lakes Loop and Newberry Drive
    • Twin Lakes Loop Between SE 15th Street and Newberry Drive
  • SE Murphy Road between Country Club and Parrell Road for alley widening and modernization, full highway closure with internal entrance and detours, Nov 2020 – Summer 2021
  • US HWY 97 between Exit 135A and Exit 139 to Reed Market Road for ODOT overnight resurfacing, southbound lanes with highway onto US 97 Business Route (3rd Street). 3/15/21 – 5/15/21
  • US HWY 97 between Exit 139 and Exit 141 to Murphy Road for ODOT overnight resurfacing, southbound lanes with highway onto US 97 Business Route (3rd Street). 3/15/21 – 5/15/21
  • SW Simpson Avenue between SW 15th Street and SW 18th Street for right of approach improvements, full highway closure with detour, 3/15/21 – 5/1/21
  • Newport Corridor Improvements Project – Various intersections along Newport Avenue to be sealed due to updates in a H2O categorical and stormwater facilities. Road closures associated to a plan listed below.
    • NW Nashville Ave between NW Drake Road and NW Newport Ave for infrastructure installation, full highway closure, starting 4/5/21
    • Intersection of 9th Street and Newport Avenue for infrastructure installation, full devious closure with detour, starting 4/5/21

Future Road Closures:

  • Via Sandia between Sky Harbor Drive and Cabin Court for infrastructure installation, full highway closure with internal access, 5/17/21 – 6/30/21
  • Cabin Ct between Via Sandia for infrastructure installation, full highway closure with internal access, 5/17/21 – 6/30/21

Work schedules are contingent on continue conditions and other factors. Always practice increasing counsel within construction zones. Drivers should use designated highway routes. Nearby residential streets are for internal trade only.

Contact: Kyle Thomas, Construction Manager

541-323-8519, kthomas@bendoregon.gov

For Street Preservation associated questions: Paul Neiswonger, Streets Supervisor

541-317-3035, pneiswonger@bendoregon.gov

Closures and detours in Bend are updated weekly at: bendoregon.gov/traffic

Find some-more information about travel operations at: bendoregon.gov/streetpreservation

Weekly reports can be perceived around email by subscribing to Weekly Road and Traffic Reports at: bendoregon.gov/enews

MyrtleBeach.com Reports Record Visitor Traffic Amidst Pandemic

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., May 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The series one formulation and engagement site for Myrtle Beach, SC, MyrtleBeach.com reports record trade to their apartment of Myrtle Beach area associated tourism websites in Q1 of 2021. According to Google Analytics trends, a company’s sites are staid to strike rise trade standard to a month of Jun by a finish of April 2021.

MyrtleBeach.com has been monitoring caller view by unchanging surveys given March 2020. Data from a organization’s many new surveys reflect:

  • a high rate of vaccinations among intensity visitors with 47% being entirely vaccinated and another 20% carrying perceived or scheduled their initial shot
  • 62% of respondents devise to transport between Apr and July
  • 80% contend their transport bill is equal to or larger than their transport bill in 2019
  • 68% contend they devise to transport as many or some-more frequently as they did in 2019
  • an seductiveness in information about facade ordinances in their end (72%), accessibility of open restaurants (70%), and standing of internal attractions and activities (64%) suggesting they wish to be means to pierce openly and have things to do on their vacation
  • travelers are some-more expected to expostulate to a end within a subsequent year, though they’re open to drifting as well, with usually 38% observant they would not fly within a subsequent year
  • a stretchable termination process is still a motorist in visitor’s eagerness to book, with 71% of respondents observant they would be swayed to book with a option

With a COVID-19 pestilence causing lockdowns and thespian reductions in traveler seductiveness in 2020, this new information signals high traveler direct for a Myrtle Beach area in 2021. Clicks to Myrtle Beach area hotel information reached an all-time high in Mar as a COVID-19 vaccine rollout gained momentum. That movement carried brazen into Apr with a final 30 days saying a 972% boost in site traffic.

“We are saying a thespian boost in seductiveness in a Myrtle Beach area as a whole,” pronounced Cassidy Moore, Executive Vice President of Operations with MyrtleBeach.com. “With many of a area hotels holding their rates right now, many site visitors are meddlesome in hotel deals, with that territory of a site saying record clicks.”

MyrtleBeach.com is owned and operated by Intellistrand LLC, that also owns and operates other Myrtle Beach area websites including MyrtleBeachHotels.com, NorthMyrtleBeachHotels.com and PawleysIsland.com.

The information is a good pointer for a Myrtle Beach area as all tourism attention associated businesses have suffered now for over a year. “I have lived in Myrtle Beach now for over 50 years and this area has weathered by a lot of adversities” pronounced Scott Brandon, CEO of Intellistrand LLC. “From hurricanes to mercantile downturns, this area has always been really resilient.”

To learn some-more about MyrtleBeach.com, visit www.myrtlebeach.com.

About MyrtleBeach.com

With over 3 million visitors a year, MyrtleBeach.com is a premier formulation beam for vacations, business retreats and convenience activities in a Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, area. The site, with some-more than 3,500 pages, facilities finish profiles for over 600 hotels, resorts, restaurants and attractions in and around Myrtle Beach, as good as consumer reviews and a area’s many finish vacation-planning information.

MyrtleBeach.com is a primogenitor association for auxiliary transport and tourism sites including MyrtleBeachHotels.comPawleysIsland.com and NorthMyrtleBeachHotels.com

For some-more information, revisit www.MyrtleBeach.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube.

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City of Bend highway and trade report: Week of May 3-9

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — Here’s a city of Bend’s highway and trade news for a week of May 3-9.

As a open flowers start to emerge, an denote of warmer continue to come, so too are a orange construction signs, indicating a commencement of a bustling construction season. As we navigate your approach by a City streets and neighborhoods, greatfully remember to delayed down, review a signs and stay on a designated highway routes. Check-in weekly with a City on arriving closures by a website: bendoregon.gov/traffic. Construction deteriorate will not final forever, greatfully be studious and remember to expostulate like you’re in your possess neighborhood.

  • NE Butler Market – Purcell Intersection – sealed for devious construction commencement May 3rd – midst September. This is partial of a sovereignty mezzanine project. For serve information, visit bendoregon.gov/empire.
  • Street preservation – Slurry sign work is set to start this week. Several residential roads will see one-day closures in Bend. Roads in a northwest and southeast of Bend will still be a categorical concentration this week. To see if your travel will be affected, conduct to our Street Preservation page for a list of projects.
  • Brosterhous Road between Parrell Road and Brentwood Avenue for infrastructure installation, singular line closures with flagging, 5/4/21 – 5/28/21, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • US HWY 97 between Cooley Road and Tumalo Road for designation of trade control along shoulder, northbound singular line closure on May 3rd between 4-6am. The North Interceptor Project page can be found at: bendoregon.gov/north-interceptor.
  • SE Reed Market Road between SE 6th Street and SE Herold Street for H2O use replacement, singular line closure with line shift, 4/26/21 – 5/12/21
  • NW Gilchrest Ave between NW Riverfront Street and NW Riverside Boulevard for H2O use replacements, full highway closure with internal access, 5/3/21 – 5/7/21, 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • NW Skyline Ranch Road between NW Chianti Lane and NW Shevlin Meadow Drive for infrastructure installation, full highway closure, starts 4/12/2021
  • McClain Drive between NW Shevlin Park Road and NW Shevlin Meadow Drive for infrastructure installation, work began 11/30/20
  • SW Colorado – Columbia intersection – Closed for Roundabout construction commencement Mar 1st – mid-May. Additional highway closures associated to closure listed below. For serve information, visit bendoregon.gov/Columbia-roundabouts.
    • Colorado Avenue between SW Emkay Drive (west) and SW Emkay (east)
    • SW Columbia Avenue sealed between SW Emkay Drive and SW Disk Drive
  • Desert Woods Neighborhood Extension Project – Roads sealed for Sewer categorical designation with internal access, 3/8/21 – 5/31/21. For serve information, visit bendoregon.gov/desertwoods.
    • East Lake Drive between Twin Lakes Loop and Newberry Drive
    • Twin Lakes Loop Between SE 15th Street and Newberry Drive
  • SE Murphy Road between Country Club and Parrell Road for alley widening and modernization, full highway closure with internal entrance and detours, Nov 2020 – Summer 2021
  • US HWY 97 between Exit 135A and Exit 139 to Reed Market Road for ODOT overnight resurfacing, southbound lanes with highway onto US 97 Business Route (3rd Street). 3/15/21 – 5/15/21
  • US HWY 97 between Exit 139 and Exit 141 to Murphy Road for ODOT overnight resurfacing, southbound lanes with highway onto US 97 Business Route (3rd Street). 3/15/21 – 5/15/21
  • SW Simpson Avenue between SW 15th Street and SW 18th Street for right of approach improvements, full highway closure with detour, 3/15/21 – 5/1/21
  • Newport Corridor Improvements Project – Various intersections along Newport Avenue to be sealed due to updates in a H2O categorical and stormwater facilities. Road closures associated to a plan listed below.
    • NW Nashville Ave between NW Drake Road and NW Newport Ave for infrastructure installation, full highway closure, starting 4/5/21
    • Intersection of 9th Street and Newport Avenue for infrastructure installation, full devious closure with detour, starting 4/5/21

 Future Road Closures:

  • Intersection of Bear Creek Road and SE 15th Street for devious updates, westbound and southbound exit legs will be sealed intermittently, 5/7/21, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
  • Via Sandia between Sky Harbor Drive and Cabin Court for infrastructure installation, full highway closure with internal access, 5/17/21 – 6/30/21
  • Cabin Ct between Via Sandia for infrastructure installation, full highway closure with internal access, 5/17/21 – 6/30/21

Work schedules are contingent on continue conditions and other factors. Always practice increasing counsel within construction zones. Drivers should use designated highway routes. Nearby residential streets are for internal trade only.

Contact: Kyle Thomas, Construction Manager

541-323-8519, kthomas@bendoregon.gov

For Street Preservation associated questions: Paul Neiswonger, Streets Supervisor

541-317-3035, pneiswonger@bendoregon.gov

Closures and detours in Bend are updated weekly at: bendoregon.gov/traffic

Find some-more information about travel operations at: bendoregon.gov/streetpreservation

Weekly reports can be perceived around email by subscribing to Weekly Road and Traffic Reports at: bendoregon.gov/enews

Travel Leaders website indicates people are prepared to transport again

Organic trade to Travel Leaders’ lead-generating website, TravelLeaders.com, has returned to 2019 levels, indicating consumers are again meddlesome in traveling.

During a media lecture Friday afternoon, Stephen McGillivray, arch selling and communications officer of Travel Leaders Group, discussed a lapse of organic traffic.

Unsurprisingly, in 2020, trade “fell off a cliff” in March, he said. But from Jan to Apr 2021, things are improving and relating 2019 levels.

“Which is a good story, since we know in Jan by Apr of 2019, things were going gangbusters. So this helps us consider that, look, we’re entrance out of this,” McGillivray said, “If a organic trade to a lead-generating site travelleaders.com is equal now in Jan to Apr of 2021 to what it was in 2019, that tells us business are back, looking, searching, wanting help.”

Travel Leaders is also saying justification that consumers are out and about once again, maybe demonstrative of a augmenting numbers of entirely vaccinated Americans.

In 2019, McGillivray said, 65% of leads came from mobile phones. In 2020, 65% of leads came from desktop computers, indicating people were quarantined in their houses. Now, in 2021, 65% of leads are again entrance from mobile phones.

The Pandemic of a Internet: Imperva® Research Labs Reveals Bot Traffic Climbs to Record High in 2020

  • 40.8% of internet trade in 2020 was not human
  • Bad bot trade increasing 6.2% and now represents some-more than one entertain of all website requests
  • Bots sheltered as mobile browser users rose to 28.1%, adult from 12.9% in 2019

SAN MATEO, Calif., Apr 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Imperva, Inc., (@Imperva) a cybersecurity personality whose goal is to strengthen information and all paths to it, releases a Imperva Bad Bot Report 2021, a eighth annual tellurian in-depth research of bot trade opposite each industry. In 2020, Imperva Research Labs saw a tip commission of bad bot trade (25.6%) given a pregnancy of a news in 2014, while trade from humans fell by 5.7%. More than 40% of all web trade requests originated from a bot final year, suggesting a flourishing scale and widespread impact of bots in daily life.

Advanced Persistent Bots remained a infancy of bad bot trade final year, amounting to 57.1%. These bots are obliged for high-speed abuse, injustice and attacks on websites, mobile apps and APIs. They closely impersonate tellurian function and are harder to detect and stop, presenting a singular plea for organizations that wish to lessen downtime, revoke bandwidth expenditure and urge practice for legitimate tellurian customers. In addition, this multiply of bots creates massacre for organizations by cost scraping, calm scraping, comment creation, comment takeover, fraud, rejection of use and rejection of inventory.

In 2020, telecom and internet use providers (ISPs) gifted a tip suit of altogether bot trade (45.7%), mostly a outcome of bots concerned in comment takeover or rival cost scraping. Meanwhile, a transport attention saw a biggest commission of worldly bad bot trade (59.7%) while supervision sites also gifted an increase, with bots concerned in comment takeover, information scraping of business registration listings and voter registration.

What else we need to know from a Imperva Bad Bot Report 2021:

  • Bots aim COVID-19 vaccine appointment sites: Imperva Research Labs monitored a 372% boost in bad bot trade on medical websites from Sep 2020 – Feb 2021. More recently, as vaccines became accessible to some-more age groups, Imperva Research Labs available bot activity during rates of 25,000 requests per hour. For health systems, pharmacies and retailers concerned in a vaccine rollout, bots could interrupt a supply sequence by polluting a network and make it harder for legitimate users to entrance appointment scheduling services.
  • Scalper bots took advantage of a tellurian pandemic: Throughout 2020, scalper bots were used to save commodities. At a commencement of a year, bots were used to store vast inventories of face masks, sanitizers, detergents, home examination apparatus and more.
  • Mobile browsers became a concentration for bots: The commission of bad bots sheltered as mobile browsers grew to 28.1% final year, adult from 12.9% in 2019. Imperva Research Labs also celebrated continued expansion in a series of attacks launched from mobile internet use providers (ISPs) in 2020, a trend that continued for a fourth uninterrupted year. It shows that bots are elaborating their methods to some-more closely impersonate tellurian behavior.
  • Bots concerned in comment takeover fraud: Businesses with a login page on their website are underneath continual credential stuffing and credential enormous attacks. In 2020, 34% of all login attempts originated from antagonistic bots. This is a sold regard for industries like Computing IT, Travel, Retail, Financial Services, Entertainment, Telecom ISPs and Healthcare.
  • Grinch Bots done millions from hoarding gaming hardware: Scalpers tormented a gaming hardware marketplace in late 2020 around a holiday selling season. Imperva Research Labs found that bad bot trade to sell websites globally rose 788% between Sep and Oct 2020. The timing is no coincidence, and aligned ideally with pre-order dates for new gaming consoles. The outcome left many gamers undone as gaming consoles, GPU or CPU inclination became many unfit to squeeze online while bots hoarded a register and resold a products for a profit.
  • Even good bots benefaction a threat: The commission of good bot trade reached 15.2% in 2020, adult from 13.1% in 2019. When a site is soiled with any kind of bot traffic, it slows web opening and creates it harder for legitimate users to entrance a information or services they need. Good bots can also askance web analytics reports, creation some pages seem some-more renouned than they indeed are, ensuing in reduce opening for advertisers.
  • The United States is both a many pounded republic and largest horde of bad bots: For a seventh uninterrupted year, a U.S. was a many pounded republic by bad bots (37.2%) with China (8.3%) and a United Kingdom (6.9%) following behind. Interestingly, bad bots were mostly launched from a same nation they were targeting; a U.S. is a heading nation where bad bots are hosted (40.5%).

“As we’ve monitored over a past 8 years, bad bots continue to harm a Internet, while conflict characteristics are apropos some-more modernized and nuanced over time,” says Edward Roberts, Director of Strategy, Application Security, Imperva. “Throughout a past year and during a tellurian pandemic, bad bots have thrived by targeting new markets and a impacts are now felt by bland consumers. The Grinch Bot intrusion to a gaming hardware attention in late 2020 is one instance of what happens when bots go violent and means rejection of inventory. Bad bots contingency be a tip regard for businesses and confidence practitioners in 2021 as a problem is expected to grow. Organizations contingency take active movement to secure their websites, applications and APIs from these threats as bots are increasingly concerned in fake activity that can be a source of reputational and financial damage.”

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Summer plan to tighten sections of Love Library, impact campus traffic

The dismissal of a deteriorating “crown” will means a proxy and prejudiced summer closure of a University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Love Library.

Starting during 5 p.m. May 7, Love Library North, a Adele Hall Learning Commons and a Love Library Link will be sealed to concede for a dismissal of precast petrify and steel structures that climax a roofline of Love North. The closure is scheduled by Jun 13. Love Library South will sojourn open and a south doors will offer as a primary entrance.

Fencing will retard entrance to a devise site, travelling sidewalks using on a north and south sides of Love North and to a 12th and 14th travel corridors to a easterly and west of a building. The enclosed space will embody a path that passes underneath a Love Library Link.


the Love Library North devise will route trade by a heart of City Campus this summer. A blockade will retard a site (indicated in red), stretching from sidewalks north and south of Love Library North (including a pathway underneath a Love Library Link) and from a 12th and 14th travel corridors to a west and east. It will embody dual derrick sites (blue) and drives (orange) that will be used to mislay element from a site.

Love Library North, assembled in 1972, has a prosaic roof, though a musical precast panels and screens were dictated to counterpart a iconic roofline of Love South. Barry Christensen, executive of teenager construction with Facilities Planning and Construction, pronounced a precast panels have started to deteriorate, formulating repairs to a columns below, and had intermittently caused pieces of petrify to tumble to a aspect next before to precautionary repairs last fall.

“This is a active devise to mislay a precast panels before they emanate offer building decrease or turn a genuine risk to a campus,” Christensen said. “When complete, a new roofline will mix in with that of the Link.

“People informed with campus might notice these cultured structures are missing. But, people entrance in new will consider that’s a approach Love North has always looked.”


When completed, a Love Library North roofline will compare that of a Link.

A 600-ton derrick will be used to mislay a 24 precast petrify panels — that import adult to 26,000 pounds any — and steel screen. Crews devise to work 6 days a week (weather permitting) and trucks will be used to transport a detritus off site. When possible, materials (particularly a metal) will be recycled.

“This is going to be a really active site,” Christensen said. “Our idea is to finish a work as well as possible, minimizing a impact on a campus village and safeguarding Love North so it can continue to offer students, expertise and the public.”

The University Libraries devise to change services during a project. Those changes include:

  • Relocating a media services desk, large-format scanner and a flatbed scanner to a Love South second floor lobby;

  • Book retrieval from sealed areas will take place after construction is finished each day;

  • The Huskertech table and One-Button Studio will not be accessible. Laptop checkout and record assistance will be offering during other Huskertech Help Center locations on City and East campuses;

  • Dunkin Donuts in a training commons will be sealed May 10 to Jul 5; and

  • The Digital Learning Center in a training commons will be closed. Faculty can use a secure dump box during a Love South ASKus table to leave Scantron papers for processing. Students will need to report digital tests during a East Campus Exam Commons in a Dinsdale Family Learning Commons.

Study space, including dual organisation investigate rooms, will sojourn accessible in Love Library South.

The whole Love Library formidable is approaching to free on Jun 13. Dunkin Donuts will restart operations on July 6.

Additional sum on a project’s several impacts to library services will be posted on a University Libraries’ website.

TRAFFIC UPDATE: Interstate 24 clearing after mutilate nearby mile pen 10 | ClarksvilleNow.com

Update, 5:40 p.m.: Traffic is clearing by a area, with some residual backups.

Update, 5:15 p.m.: The vehicles have been private from a stage by draw trucks. Traffic stays corroborated adult past Exit 4.

Update, 4:50 p.m.: Traffic is now corroborated adult to about mile pen 2.

Warfield Boulevard southbound is corroborated adult with trade perplexing to road divided from a interstate.

Previously: 

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – Interstate 24 by Clarksville is blocked by a mutilate nearby mile pen 10.

At 4:40 p.m., eastward trade was during a delay from only before Exit 4, past Exit 8 to about mile pen 10. Traffic is transparent from Exit 11 on.

The mutilate happened during about 3 p.m. It was a non-injury crash, according to dispatch.

This essay will be updated.

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