A new roundabout intersection at Sheldon and Waterman roads will open Monday.
After a monthlong closure, the new roundabout replaces a four-way stop and is expected to reduce travel delays and improve safety, officials say.
Jeff Werner, senior civil engineer for Elk Grove’s Public Works Department, said the intersection is a main commute route.
“It was a four-way stop and it’s a major commute route for school and work, so it experienced its share of delay,” Warner said.
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The full project is expected to be completed in November, with native landscaping, antique farm equipment and a windmill. An opening celebration will be held this fall.