City of Omaha traffic engineers say that:

— A southbound lane of 14th Street, from Jackson Street to Jones Street, is closed. The closing is due to utility work by MUD and it will be in effect for four to five days.

— A northbound lane of Saddle Creek Road, from Dodge Street to Davenport Street, is closed. The closing is due to utility work by MUD and it will be in effect for two to three days.

— An eastbound lane of Fort Street, from 114th Street to Grand Avenue, is closed. The closing is due to round-iron repair by MUD and it will be in effect for two to three days.

— A westbound lane of L Street, from 49th Street to 50th Street, is closed. The closing is due to ADA ramp installation and it will be in effect for two days.

— Abbot Drive, from Hartman Avenue to Carter Boulevard, has one lane closed for southbound traffic. The closing is due to milling and resurfacing work by Omni Construction and it will be in effect for four days.

— 84th Street, from Q Street to Harrison Street, has various lane restrictions for northbound and southbound traffic. The restrictions are due to ADA ramp installation and curb repair by Swain Construction and they will be in effect for 10 days.

Also, Tuesday at noon, a southbound lane of 102nd Street, from Maple Street to Blondo Street, will be closed. The closing is due to fiber optic cable installation by Heimes Construction and it will be in effect for seven to 10 days.

And Wednesday at 9 a.m:

— The intersection of 24th and California Streets will have one lane closed to northbound and southbound traffic. The closing is due to private utility work by Jebbers Construction and it will be in effect for five days.

— An eastbound lane of Dodge Street, from 72nd Street to 70th Street, will be closed. The closing is due to utility work by MUD and it will be in effect for two to three days.

— An eastbound lane of Dodge Street, from 72nd Street to 70th Street, will be closed. The closing is due to utility work by MUD and it will be in effect for two to three days.

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