Mike Cram, left, from Ted Berry Company Inc. pulls a special liner from the back of a truck as he feeds it to coworkers who are folding it to fit into a manhole at the top of Goff Hill in Auburn on Wednesday morning. The uphill lane on Goff Hill will be closed most of the day as crews install the special liner that will be inflated once inside the storm drains and then hardened by a unique remote controlled “crawler” that travels through the inflated liner with it’s UV lights hardening the liner. The work they are doing is part of an ongoing project to upgrade the aging storm drain lines throughout Lewiston and Auburn. (Sun Journal photo by Russell Dillingham)

AUBURN— Traffic will detoured Wednesday around public works crews repairing a stormwater pipe on Court Street at Goff Hill.

Traffic going uphill — away from downtown — will be detoured to the right onto Lake Street, left on Haskell and back onto Court Street.

Downhill traffic will not be detoured.

The work is expected to last all day, and city officials ask motorists to seek alternate routes.

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