The same railroad project that closed Grovetown crossings two weeks ago is closing the crossing in downtown Harlem this week.
The maintenance and rehabilitation project, which incudes replacing railroad ties and stabilizing track foundations, is moving westward.
The railroad crossing on Louisville Street and N. Hicks and S. Hicks streets will be closed beginning Monday and is expected to be open by the end of Thursday, according to information released from the Harlem Police Department.
“They are coming here next,” Chief Gary Jones said.
Signs designating detour routes will be posted.
“They will have other options,” Jones said, adding other crossings on N. Hicks should be open during the closure.