by Navy Yard
July 1, 2022
Starting later this month, the Navy Yard will begin the reconstruction of the section of Broad Street between Crescent Dr and Intrepid Ave, also known as the “quay wall”. It’s a very complex project that has been in planning and procurement for many years, and once finished, will have four lanes for vehicles, a two-way raised bike lane, and a new, scenic pedestrian plaza overlooking the Reserve Basin.
This construction project will take approximately 12 months to complete. During this time, Broad Street will be closed between Crescent Dr and Intrepid Ave.
The $19 million+ total project cost is in part funded by PennDOT, the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA), City of Philadelphia, and PIDC.
|July 22, 2022||Broad Street between Crescent Dr and Intrepid Ave fully CLOSED; major construction activities begin|
|July 2023||4 lanes of Broad Street re-open with periodic closures anticipated|
|September 2023||Pedestrian Plaza open, all detours lifted|
During the closure, traffic detours will be in place to direct people to use alternative routes including using the League Island Boulevard gate and over the Lift Bridge to the 26th Street gate.
Modified Navy Yard Transit bus schedules, stops, and detour routes will be issued the week of July 11, 2022.
Pedestrians will be able to use the sidewalk on the east side of Broad Street Quarters buildings (between the Quarters buildings and One Crescent Drive parking lot).
Cyclists will not be permitted to use Broad Street during the construction project and should use 13th Street.
We’ll continue to update everyone on our website at www.navyyard.org, via emails to Navy Yard businesses, and on our social media channels.
Thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during this important project. We are all looking forward to the finished product and celebrating this new section of Broad Street in 2023!