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Block around Skyline project to be restricted

The block bounded by Wayne, Berry, Harrison and Webster streets will be restricted beginning Monday during construction of Skyline Garage, Skyline Terrace and Ash Skyline Plaza, the city of Fort Wayne said today.

Wayne and Berry streets will be restricted to one driving lane, one bike lane and one parking lane in that block, the city's traffic engineering department said in a statement.

Harrison will be restricted to northbound traffic in that block and Webster will remain closed in that block, the statement said.

For more information or to report problems, call 427-1172.