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FDOT Weekly RoadWatch Report for week of January 17, 2014

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LEE COUNTY ROAD CLOSURE

 

I-75 Airport Direct Connect from south of the Alico Road interchange (#128) to south of the Daniels Parkway interchange (#131): Construction project: Work continues to build a direct connection from I-75 to the Southwest Florida International Airport. The job adds new lanes parallel to I-75 from south of the Alico Road interchange to Daniels Parkway interchange. The contractor will construct a bridge over I-75 and Treeline Avenue/Ben Hill Griffin Parkway connecting the interstate to the airport. 

 

·                     Motorists should expect I-75 to be temporarily CLOSED from Alico Road to Daniels Parkway at 11 p.m. on Sunday, January 19 and reopen by 5 a.m. on Monday, January 20.  This closure is necessary for crews to install an overhead sign structure.  Drivers can use Ben Hill Griffin Parkway/Treeline Avenue to travel between Alico Road and Daniels Parkway.

 

·                     Motorists should expect the outside lanes of I-75 closed during the nighttime/overnight hours of 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., for crews to widen the roadway.  Motorists should be aware of slow moving traffic and possible delays.  Variable message boards will notify motorists of the closures.

 

·                     During daytime hours crews are constructing the bridge over I-75 and constructing new lanes parallel to the interstate.  Motorists need to use caution while crews and vehicles work near the interstate.  Drivers are asked to be aware of slow moving traffic as construction vehicles enter/exit the interstate.

 

·                     Crews continue digging ponds and placing fill to build new lanes and roadways. Motorists should be aware of construction vehicles and equipment entering/exiting Ben Hill Griffin Parkway/Treeline Avenue near the airport entrance and Terminal Access Road. Construction vehicles are also using Three Oaks Parkway, Alico Road and Corkscrew Road.

 

PLEASE DRIVE WITH CARE. Estimated project completion is spring 2015. The design/build contractor is Stantec/Prince.

 

 

CHARLOTTE COUNTY

 

US 41 at Tarpon Boulevard:  Maintenance project:  Crews will be restriping the lines along the roadway.  Motorists should expect lane closures during nighttime/overnight hours of 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., Sunday and Monday, weather permitting.  Drivers should expect slow moving traffic and possible delays.

 

US 17 from Foxtail Lane to Peace River Shores:  Maintenance permit project:  Crews are extending a turn lane on southbound US 17.  Motorists should expect lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for this work.  Drivers are asked to use caution and expect delays.

 

COLLIER COUNTY

 

I-75/Alligator Alley Rest Area at mile marker 63: Construction project: Work continues to build two recreational access areas adjacent to the Big Cypress National Preserve backcountry trails, replace the existing rest area, build a new public safety center and water treatment plant, and upgrade the existing wastewater treatment plant.

 

·         THE ENTIRE REST AREA IS CLOSED UNTIL PROJECT COMPLETION, ESTIMATED FALL 2014. ALL FACILITIES (including the picnic area, parking, restrooms or potable water) are unavailable.  Entrance and exit ramps at mile marker 63 are open for motorists to turn around if needed.  Motorists are cautioned to remain clear of the construction zone and be aware of construction vehicles entering/exiting the roadways around the rest area. Signs are posted to advise motorists of this closure. The rest area at mile marker 34 is open.

Estimated project completion is fall 2014. The design/build contractor is Stantec/Wright Construction Group

 

US 41 from Rattlesnake Hammock Road to Broward Street: Construction project: Crews are removing asphalt sidewalk and replacing it with concrete sidewalk. Pedestrians may be detoured in some areas. Motorists should expect construction equipment entering/exiting the roadway and possible delays. Estimated project completion is early 2014. Contractor is L-J Construction Company.

 

US 41/Tamiami Trail East from SR 951 to Greenway Road: Construction project: Crews continue work to expand two-lane US 41 to six lanes from SR 951 to Joseph Lane and to four lanes from Joseph Lane to Greenway Road. A 30-foot median will separate northbound and southbound travel lanes. The project also includes a 10-foot multi-use pathway along southbound travel lanes and a six-foot sidewalk parallel to northbound lanes. Median openings spaced throughout the project allow for left turns and U-turns. Crews also replace the traffic signal at Manatee Road. Preliminary work includes placing signs and erosion control and clearing vegetation along the roadway.  Project completion is expected in fall 2016. The design/build team is Wantman Group Inc./Ajax Paving Industries of Florida, LLC.

 

SR 84/Davis Boulevard from west of Radio Road to Santa Barbara Boulevard: Construction project: Crews are expanding the road to six lanes, adding sidewalk, bike lanes, and street lights, and building a noise wall. Crews recently shifted traffic onto new westbound lanes from east of Cedar Hammock Boulevard to west of Naples Heritage Drive for the eastbound roadway to be constructed. This new traffic configuration is expected to be in effect into early 2014.  Crews will continue placing fill dirt, lighting, sidewalk and sod on the south roadway of the project. Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures during these activities. Please use caution when traveling throughout the work zone as well as when entering and exiting the roadway. Estimated project completion date is early 2014, weather permitting.  The contractor is Guymann Construction.

 

SR 84/Davis Boulevard from County Barn Road/Glen Eagle Boulevard to Whitten Drive: Maintenance permit project: Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures for westbound traffic for approximately six months, from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., weather permitting, as crews continue work to rehabilitate a pump station. The pedestrian/bike pathway westbound between Bald Eagle Drive and Whitten Drive is closed. Temporary crosswalks for alternate pedestrian routes have been provided to cross Davis Boulevard at County Barn Road and West Crown Pointe Boulevard. Detour signs are posted. Electronic message boards, advance warning signs and barricades are in use to assist motorists traveling in the area. Work is expected to be completed by first part of 2014.

 

SR 29 from 7th Street South to 6th Street South:Maintenance permit project: Motorists should expect daytime lane closures Monday through Friday for crews to remove and replace the concrete median. Please drive with care.

 

Gulf Shore Boulevard from Banyan Boulevard to Mooring Line Drive:Construction project: The project completes the 5’ sidewalk on the west side of Gulf Shore Boulevard.  Crews will install signs and erosion control devices early in the week. Pedestrians may be detoured in some areas. Motorists should expect construction equipment entering/exiting the roadway and possible delays. Estimated project completion is Spring 2014. Contractor is Blacktip Services, Incorporated.

 

DESOTO COUNTY

 

US 17 from south of SW Collins Street in Fort Ogden to County Road 760A south of Nocatee: Construction project: Work is underway to expand US 17 to four lanes. Work includes clearing land for two new travel lanes to the east of the existing US 17 travel lanes, drainage activities and relocating overhead power transmission and distribution lines. No lane closures will be required for this work. Motorists are advised to be aware of work vehicles entering and exiting the roadway throughout the week. Motorists are reminded to observe the posted speed limit and to drive with caution. Project completion is expected at the end of 2015. The contractor is Ajax Paving, Inc.

 

US 17 from CR 760A to north of Flanders Street in Nocatee: Maintenance permit project: Crews are trimming/removing trees along the roadway in preparation of the contractor installing new power poles and removing existing power poles and lines. Intermittent daytime lane closures may occur while crews are working.  Motorists are advised to use caution while in the area and expect possible delays.

 

GLADES COUNTY

 

US 27 from Caloosahatchee Bridge to 5th Street (Moore Haven):Maintenance permit project: Motorists should expect periodic lane closures Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for crews to move signs and install a driveway. Motorists are asked to use caution as crews work near the roadway.

 

 

SR 78 from Buckhead Ridge to Indian Prairie Canal: Maintenance Project: Crews will be trimming and chipping trees in the right of way.  Motorists can expect the westbound lane to be closed from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Flaggers will direct traffic.  Motorists are asked to use caution as crews work in the roadway.

 

SR 78 from Herbert Hoover Dike to Canal Boat Ramp: Construction project: Crews continue installing and upgrading drainage pipe and building drainage swales. No lane closures are scheduled, but use caution and watch for workers close to the road. Improvements on this project include removing and replacing the existing asphalt, widening the roadway in several locations, adding shoulders, replacing guardrail, adding or replacing drainage pipe beneath some driveways, replacing mailboxes and signing and pavement markings. The project is expected to be completed by fall 2014. The contractor is Lawrence Lynch Corp.

 

HARDEE COUNTY

 

CR 664/Main Street from W. Central Avenue to Lake Branch Road: Construction project: Crews are constructing new sidewalk on Main Street from W. Central Avenue to Lake Branch Road. Intermittent daytime lane closures may be necessary for construction. Project completion is expected in spring 2014. Central Concrete Products, Inc. is the contractor.

 

SR 64 from Pear Street to east of Cracker Trail (Zolfo Springs): Construction project: Traffic on SR 64, just east of US 17 has been shifted south onto temporary pavement, and will remain there through the end of January 2014 while crews raise the north side of the roadway and pave the new lanes. This is a drainage improvement project that includes changing the elevation of the roadway in places, building gravity wall to support the new roadway, installing new curb, gutters and guardrail and paving. This project is expected to be completed in early 2014. The contractor is Empower Construction, Inc.

 

HENDRY COUNTY

 

SR 80 from CR 833 to east of US 27:  Construction project:  Work expands two-miles of SR 80 to four lanes. Crews are completing the lighting connections at CR 833, installing permanent signs and performing cleanup work. Estimated completion is spring 2014.  The contractor is C.W. Roberts Contracting, Inc.

 

SR 80 from Birchwood Parkway to Dalton Lane: Construction project: Project expands five miles of existing roadway from two lanes to four lanes. Crews construct two new 12-foot lanes to the south of existing roadway, install drainage and build new bridges over the C1 Canal.  Two-lane traffic is shifted to the south on the newly constructed lanes. Crews begin reconstructing the Birchwood Parkway intersection on the north side of SR 80.  This requires intermittent lane closures. Flaggers will direct traffic during this construction. Drivers should use caution and expect possible delays.  Motorists also should expect trucks entering and exiting the roadway throughout the project. Estimated completion is summer 2014. The contractor is C.W. Roberts Contracting, Inc.

 

SR 29 from Evans Road to G Road:Maintenance project: Crews will be working on the southbound shoulder replacing driveway pipes between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  No lane closures are expected.  Motorists are asked to use caution as crews work near the roadway.

 

SR 29 from Sears Road North to the City of LaBelle:Maintenance contract project: Motorists should expect daytime lane closures from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for crews to resurface the roadway.   Motorists are asked to use caution while workers are near the roadway.

 

HIGHLANDS COUNTY

 

US 17 (West Main Street) between Forest Avenue and Lake Avenue: US 17 (West Main Street) between Forest Avenue and Lake Avenue will be closed for Music on the Mall from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Monday, January 20. Motorists will be detoured around the park using Forest Avenue, Lake Avenue, Church Street and Fields Street. The City of Avon Park Law Enforcement will provide traffic control.

 

US 17 (North Ridgewood Drive) from Circle Park Drive to North Pine Street (Sebring): Maintenance Special Use Permit: US 17 from Circle Park Drive to North Pine Street will be closed from 12:45 p.m. to 2:45 p.m., Monday, January 20  for the Dr. Martin Luther King Day Parade. Traffic will be detoured using Pine Street, Park Street, North Franklin Street and NE Lakeview Drive.  East Center Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard will also be closed from Circle Park Drive to Washington Avenue to accommodate the parade route.

 

US 98/SR 700 west of CR 68: Maintenance contract project:  Crews will perform guardrail maintenance at the Chandler Ditch and Cypress Ditch bridges.  No lane closures are planned, but may become necessary.  Motorists should watch for changes in the traffic pattern and be prepared to stop.

 

SR 70 east of Old SR 8: Maintenance contract project: Crews will be repairing concrete ditch on the north side of the roadway.  Motorists should watch for daytime lane closures and with flaggers directing traffic from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Work is expected to be completed by the end of January.

 

SR 70 from Greenbrier Lane to CR 721: Maintenance project:Crews will be weeding and performing miscellaneous road work. Use caution and watch for lane closures with flaggers directing traffic from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

 

LEE COUNTY

 

Lee County Traffic Management System (TMS): Construction project: Work continues to install fiber optics communications cable and transmission equipment, closed-circuit television cameras, and roadside sensors at 61 intersections.  Crews are testing and revising data communications between existing ITS components and the Lee County traffic operations center. Crews are installing underground conduit and service boxes along shoulders of US 41 from Daniels Parkway to Crystal Drive. Project completion is expected in fall 2014. The contractor is Traffic Control Devices, Inc.

 

State Roadways (SR 80, SR 865, SR 867, SR 884 and US 41): Maintenance project:  Crews will be restriping the lines along the state roadways. This will be a nighttime/overnight slow moving operation from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., weather permitting, continuing through January 2014. Motorists should expect slow moving traffic and possible delays.

 

I-75 from Luckett Road to SR 80 and SR 80 interchange: Construction project:  This project expands I-75 to six lanes, adds transition lanes and makes improvements at the SR 80 interchange.

·         The following night/overnight ramp closures are planned at SR 80 and Luckett Road for paving operations, weather permitting:

o   Sunday, January 19 – SR 80 Exit 141 – Northbound Off Ramp will be closed from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.

o   Monday, January 20 – SR 80 Exit 141 – Southbound On Ramp will be closed from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.

o   Tuesday, January 21 – SR 80 Exit 141–Northbound On Ramp will be closed from from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.

o   Wednesday, January 22 – Luckett Rd. Exit 139 – Northbound Off Ramp will be closed from 11:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.

Signs will direct motorists through the detours.

  • Roadway crews are placing and grading material in the median near the I-75 bridges over SR 80/Palm Beach Boulevard.
  • Crews are constructing multi-use paths from Orange River Boulevard to Lexington Avenue.
  • Crews are constructing signals and signs at the I-75 ramps, paving multi-use paths and installing irrigation along SR 80/Palm Beach Boulevard from Orange River Boulevard to Lexington Avenue.

A reduced 60 MPH speed limit on I-75 is posted throughout the project limits. Speeding fines are doubled when workers are present. Drivers should pay attention to traffic signs and barricades throughout the construction project, stay alert, and use caution in the work zone.  Estimated completion is early 2014.  The contractor is Ajax Paving Industries.

 

I-75 from north of SR 80 to south of SR 78: Construction project:  This project expands I-75 adding new travel lanes, transition lanes and shoulders.  Bridge crews are driving pile and building concrete structures. Motorists can expect overnight southbound lane closures from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.  beginning Wednesday, January 22 through Thursday, January 30, for drainage installation, weather permitting.  Please be aware of slow moving construction equipment on I-75 during these activities. All lanes will remain open on Saturday and Sunday nights, January 25-26. Drivers should pay attention to traffic signs and barricades throughout the construction project, stay alert, and use caution in the work zone. Workers are removing right-of-way fencing, trimming vegetation and adding dirt in preparation of constructing noise walls.  A reduced 60 MPH speed limit is posted throughout the project limits. Speeding fines are doubled when workers are present. Estimated completion is fall 2015.  The contractor is The de Moya Group/Leware Construction Company joint venture.

 

I-75 from SR 78 to the Charlotte County line: Construction project:  This project expands I-75 to six lanes.  Roadway crews are scheduled to place base materials in the median and outside shoulders. Intermittent northbound lane closures are required for delivery of base rock. Drivers should pay attention to traffic signs and barricades throughout the construction project, maintain a safe speed, stay alert, and use caution in the work zone.  Estimated completion is fall 2014.  The contractor is Ajax Paving Industries.

 

I-75 from Corkscrew Road interchange (mile marker 123) to Luckett Road interchange (mile marker 139):  Construction project:  Crews will install overhead signs on Luckett Road and Corkscrew Road and bridge mount signs on I-75.  Motorists can expect lane closures from 10:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Corkscrew Road.  Motorists can also expect lane closures on Luckett Road from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Variable message boards and flaggers will assist motorists.  Drivers are advised to use caution and watch for construction workers and equipment in the construction zone. Project completion is expected April 2013. The Contractor is Highway Safety Devices, Inc.

 

I-75 Airport Direct Connect from south of the Alico Road interchange (#128) to south of the Daniels Parkway interchange (#131): Construction project: Work continues to build a direct connection from I-75 to the Southwest Florida International Airport. The job adds new lanes parallel to I-75 from south of the Alico Road interchange to Daniels Parkway interchange. The contractor will construct a bridge over I-75 and Treeline Avenue/Ben Hill Griffin Parkway connecting the interstate to the airport. 

 

·                     Motorists should expect I-75 to be temporarily CLOSED from Alico Road to Daniels Parkway at 11 p.m. on Sunday, January 19 and reopen by 5 a.m. on Monday, January 20.  This closure is necessary for crews to install an overhead sign structure.  Drivers can use Ben Hill Griffin Parkway/Treeline Avenue to travel between Alico Road and Daniels Parkway.

 

·                     Motorists should expect the outside lanes of I-75 closed during the nighttime/overnight hours of 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., for crews to widen the roadway.  Motorists should be aware of slow moving traffic and possible delays.  Variable message boards will notify motorists of the closures.

 

·                     During daytime hours crews are constructing the bridge over I-75 and constructing new lanes parallel to the interstate.  Motorists need to use caution while crews and vehicles work near the interstate.  Drivers are asked to be aware of slow moving traffic as construction vehicles enter/exit the interstate.

 

·                     Crews continue digging ponds and placing fill to build new lanes and roadways. Motorists should be aware of construction vehicles and equipment entering/exiting Ben Hill Griffin Parkway/Treeline Avenue near the airport entrance and Terminal Access Road. Construction vehicles are also using Three Oaks Parkway, Alico Road and Corkscrew Road.

 

PLEASE DRIVE WITH CARE. Estimated project completion is spring 2015. The design/build contractor is Stantec/Prince.

 

US 41 from Corkscrew Road to San Carlos Boulevard: Construction project: Crews work to finalize construction. Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures on US 41. Drivers should use caution and expect possible delays. Work is basically complete, Russell Engineering, Inc. is the contractor.

 

US 41 from Island Park Road to Six Mile Cypress Parkway: Maintenance project: Crews are repairing sidewalk on the east side of the roadway, weather permitting. Motorists are advised to use caution and watch for workers and construction vehicles entering/exiting the road.

 

US 41 at Colonial Boulevard (SR 884):  Maintenance permit project:  Weekdays from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. motorists should expect the westbound to northbound turn lane to be closed for crews to build a driveway connection to Colonial Boulevard. Motorists should also expect the northbound acceleration lane on US 41 to be closed for driveway work.  Drivers are asked to use caution as crews work near the roadway.

 

US 41 at Pondella Road, Hancock Bridge Parkway and North Key Drive: Maintenance project:  Crews will be restriping the lines along the state roadways. This will be a nighttime/overnight slow moving operation from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., weather permitting.  Motorists should expect slow moving traffic and possible delays.

 

US 41/Tamiami Trail from Business 41 to Del Prado Boulevard: Maintenance project: Crews will be repairing drainage pipe near the roadway during daytime hours, Monday through Friday.  Motorists are advised to use caution as construction vehicles enter/exit the roadway.  Drivers should use caution while crews are working near the roadway.

 

SR 739/Business 41 from Cypress Street to Brooks Road: Maintenance project:  Crews will be restriping the lines along the state roadways. This will be a nighttime/overnight slow moving operation from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., weather permitting.  Motorists should expect slow moving traffic and possible delays.

 

SR 739/Business 41 at Willis Road and Pondella Road: Maintenance project:  Crews will be restriping the lines along the state roadways. This will be a nighttime/overnight slow moving operation from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., weather permitting.  Motorists should expect slow moving traffic and possible delays.

 

SR 739/Business 41 from Littleton Road to US 41: Construction project: Work continues to expand Business 41 to four lanes from Littleton Road to US 41.  Crews will build two new 11-foot lanes in each direction separated by a 44-foot grass median.  The project also adds highway lighting, sidewalk, and bike lanes and builds a new drainage system to manage water running off the roadway.  Crews also will replace the traffic signal at Laurel Drive.  This week the contractor is installing drainage structures and placing embankment at various locations along the project.  The contractor is also excavating embankment material in the limits of the offsite pond during daylight hours. Night work is scheduled for installing drainage structures various locations.  Pedestrians are advised that sidewalk may be closed in some areas. Motorists are advised to look out for pedestrians and bicyclists along Business 41, obey flagging operations, observe posted speed limits and drive with caution in the construction zones. Project completion is expected spring 2015.  The contractor is Wright Construction Group.

 

SR 739/Metro Parkway from Winkler Avenue to Hanson Street: Construction project: Work is underway to expand Metro Parkway to six lanes, expand one-half mile of Evans Avenue to three lanes northbound just south of Hanson Street, and build a new six-lane Metro Parkway bridge that crosses over the railroad tracks, Ten Mile Canal, and Palm Avenue. The roadway connects directly to Evans Avenue and Fowler Street (with a connection for southbound Fowler Street drivers who may choose to use Metro Parkway southbound).  Work currently includes roadway and bridge construction, drainage and relocating utilities.

 

Moreno Avenue will be closed mid-block and only accessible to local traffic for crews to install a new sewer system.  Businesses on Evans Avenue south of Hanson Street may be accessed using Hanson Street.

 

Expect intermittent lane closures during nighttime/overnight on Metro Parkway between Warehouse Road and Winkler Avenue. Motorists are to use caution and expect trucks to be entering and leaving the roadway. Estimated project completion is summer 2015.  The contractor is Conalvias USA.

 

SR 739/Michael G. Rippe Parkway: Construction project: Crews installed a traffic signal at the Briarcliff Road intersection; adding bike railing to the bridge/overpass near Alico Road, installing drainage in areas and adding bicycle pavement markings to the roadway.

 

·   Crews will be working along the roadway completing final items.  Motorists can expect possible lane closures on Briarcliff Road.

 

·   Signal is operating in “red-yellow-green” mode. Motorists are reminded to obey all rules of the road.

 

Crews continue with finish work. Total project completion is expected end of early 2014. The contractor is Florida Safety Contractors, Inc.

 

SR 82 from Alabama Road to Gateway Boulevard: Maintenance project: Crews will be removing trees along the roadway.  No lane closures are expected.  Motorists are asked to use caution as crews work near the roadway.

 

SR 78/Pine Island Road from west of Burnt Store Road to west of Chiquita Boulevard: Construction project: Work is underway to expand the roadway to four lanes with outside four-foot paved bike lanes and roadside swales. Work also includes building two stormwater ponds and construction of new eastbound travel lanes.

 

SW 20th Avenue/Nott Road is closed between Pine Island Road and Wade Drive. The closure is expected to last through this week. Through traffic will be detoured via Chiquita Boulevard, Trafalgar Parkway and back to SW 20th Avenue/Nott Road. Crews will be paving the new eastbound roadway along Pine Island Road and across SW 20th Avenue/Nott Road.Motorists should expect intermittent driveway closures during this nighttime paving operation. Signs are in place to assist drivers through this area.  Drivers are advised to plan extra time when driving in the area.

 

PLEASE SLOW DOWN and USE CAUTION. Project completion is expected in fall of 2014, weather permitting. The contractor is Ajax Paving Industries of Florida, LLC.

 

SR 31 bridge (Wilson Pigott drawbridge) over Caloosahatchee River: Maintenance project:  Motorists should expect the bridge to close to traffic for 15 minute periods during the nighttime/overnight hours of 9 p.m. to midnight, Thursday, January 23.  These closures are necessary for crews to complete bridge maintenance, weather permitting.  Motorists may choose to use I-75 as an alternate route.  Drivers are asked to please drive with care.

 

MANATEE COUNTY

 

12th Street West from 24th Avenue West to 14th Avenue West: Construction project: Crews are constructing new sidewalk, making improvements to curb, gutter and drainage and installing new signing and pavement markings. Daytime lane closures will occur throughout the duration of the project but are not permitted between 7:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Project completion is expected in early 2014. Transportation Structures, Inc. is the contractor.

 

I-75 Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) and Satellite Traffic Management Center: Construction project: Work continues to install fiber optics communications cable and transmission equipment, closed-circuit television cameras, and roadside sensors along 56 miles of I-75 from the Sarasota/Manatee County line (University Parkway) to the I-275 interchange in Manatee County (near mile marker 228). During the week of Sunday, January 19, 2014 the contractor plans to install fiber optic cable, electrical wire, pull boxes, cabinets and ITS devices on northbound and southbound I-75 between mile markers 213 and 228. Motorists should anticipate shoulder closures for this work. Motorists are advised to use caution while traveling through construction zones. This project is scheduled for completion in summer 2014. The contractor is World Fiber Technologies, Inc.

 

I-75 over the Manatee River: Construction project: Crews are replacing the bridge fender system and navigational lighting under the bridge. There will be no impacts to the traffic on the bridge as all work is being performed beneath the bridge. The project is scheduled for completion in spring 2014. Inland Construction and Equipment, Inc. is the contractor.

 

I-75: Maintenance permit project: Motorists should be aware of crews working near the shoulder for the next several weeks. No lane closures will be in place but motorists should use caution.

 

I-75 at University Parkway: Construction project: Crews are constructing new sidewalk, installing pedestrian signals and making improvements to the northbound I-75 on-ramp and southbound I-75 off-ramp. There will be nighttime lane closures from 8 p.m. to         6 a.m. while crews are working at the I-75 northbound on ramp. Project completion is expected in spring 2014. Florida Safety Contractors, Inc. is the contractor.

 

I-75 at the US 301 interchange: Construction project: Crews are planting a variety of palms and trees at the interchange. No lane closures are expected but motorists should be aware of trucks entering and exiting the highway. Project completion is expected in late spring 2014. Manuel Diaz Farms, Inc. is the contractor.

 

US 41 at SR 684 (Cortez Road): Construction project: Crews reconstruct the intersection to enhance pedestrian access by reducing walking distance across the intersection. Crews reconstruct corners of the intersection with new curb, handicap crosswalk ramps, and striping for new crosswalks. The contractor replaces existing traffic and pedestrian signals. To reduce delays to motorists, intersection reconstruction occurs Sunday through Thursday during nighttime/overnight hours. At least one travel lane will remain open to traffic in each direction. Expect lane closures during these hours:

 

·         Single lane closures:

8:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. on US 41

7 p.m. to 6 a.m. on SR 684 (Cortez Road)

 

·         Double lane closures:

9:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. along US 41

9:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. along SR 684 (Cortez Road)

 

The north/south crosswalks at US 41 (on the east and west side of the intersection) are closed to pedestrian traffic.  Pedestrians must use the crosswalks at the signalized intersections at 9th Street West or 20th Street West to cross Cortez Road. 

 

Motorists are advised to use caution while in the area and to expect possible delays. Project completion is expected in early 2014. The contractor is Superior Asphalt, Inc.

 

US 41/BUS 41 between 8th Avenue West and Cortez Road: Maintenance permit project: Motorists should expect an intermittent southbound outside lane closure from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through January 24. Contractor crews will be replacing poles and doing maintenance to electric lines. Motorists are advised to use caution and expect possible delays.

 

US 41/BUS 41 from 19th Avenue to 18th Avenue and 19th Avenue at 16th Street

Court West: Construction project: Crews are making drainage repairs on US 41/BUS 41 and on 19th Avenue West. The project is expected to be complete in late spring 2014. Southern Road and Bridge, LLC is the contractor.

 

US 41 from south of 301 Boulevard to south of 23rd Avenue: Construction project: Crews resurface the roadway. Nighttime/overnight paving operations will occur from 7 p.m. to

6 a.m. Sunday through Thursday.  Existing signals on US 41 are replaced with new signals at the 301 Boulevard, 30th Avenue, and 26th Avenue intersections. Motorists are advised to use caution while in the area and to expect possible delays. Project completion is expected in early 2014. The contractor is Superior Asphalt, Inc.

 

US 41 (Tamiami Trail) from the Sarasota/Manatee county line to Bowlee Creek: Maintenance contract project: Crews are inspecting and repairing drainage pipes. Motorists should expect intermittent northbound and southbound outside lane closures through the end of January, weather permitting.  Crews are also making repairs to sidewalks. Pedestrians should expect sidewalk closures during this time. Motorists are also advised to use caution while in the area and expect possible delays.

 

US 41 at Pearl Avenue: Maintenance permit project: The dual left-turn lanes on US 41 to Pearl Avenue will be closed through January 24 while county crews are working. Pearl Avenue eastbound and westbound remains closed. Motorists are advised to use caution while in the area and to expect possible delays.

 

SR 70 from Peridia Boulevard to Caruso Road: Maintenance permit project: Crews are replacing power poles in the area. There will be an intermittent eastbound outside lane closure from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. through January 24. Motorists are advised to use caution while in the area and to expect possible delays.

 

SR 70 from Braden Run to Pope Road: Maintenance permit project: Crews are installing water lines. The eastbound lanes on SR 70 and the right-turn lane will be intermittently closed from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through January 24. Motorists are advised to use caution while in the area and to expect possible delays.

 

SR 70 at Caruso Road: Maintenance permit project: There will be intermittent westbound lane closures from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on January 21 while crews are working on power poles. Motorists are advised to use caution while in the area and to expect possible delays.

 

SR 64 from west of Carlton Arms Boulevard to west of Interstate 75:  Construction project: Work continues to resurface the existing roadway and expand the roadway from four to six lanes. Work also includes adding five-foot paved bike lanes, building curb and gutter with drainage swales, constructing sidewalk, planting landscaping, and replacing existing traffic signals with mast arms and concrete poles. The contractor is working at night/overnight from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Sunday, January 19 through Thursday, January 23 at various locations along SR 64 for paving operations. Motorists may experience temporary intermittent lane closures in these areas. Flaggers will be present as needed. Motorists are advised to use caution and watch for construction workers in the construction zone. Project completion is expected in early 2014. The contractor is Better Roads, Inc.

 

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY

 

US 441 North from Northwest 179th Street to County Road 68 East: Maintenance project: This two lane roadway will be reduced to one lane with flaggers directing traffic while crews repair shoulders on either side of the road.  Use caution when traveling in the work area.

 

US 441 North from Southwest 9th Street to Southwest 16th Street: Maintenance project: Crews are repairing the sidewalk on both sides of the roadway. No lane closures are scheduled, however, use caution and watch for workers close to the road.

 

US 441 Southeast from SR 78 to the Martin County line: Maintenance project: Crews will be trimming low hanging tree branches as needed. No lane closures are expected however, motorists should drive with caution.

 

SR 78 from Okeechobee County line to Lemkin Creek Bridge: Construction project:Expect lane closures Monday through Friday as crews begin widening turn lanes and removing and replacing the asphalt throughout the project. Flaggers will be directing traffic. Use caution and be prepared to stop. Project improvements include removing and replacing the existing asphalt, adding shoulders, replacing guardrail, and signing and pavement markings. The project is expected to be completed by spring 2014. The contractor is Lawrence Lynch Corp.

 

POLK COUNTY

 

Interstate 4 eastbound exit ramp at County Line Road and South Frontage Road: Construction project: Daytime lane closures are scheduled for County Line Road and South Frontage Road while crews install drainage structures and widen the roadway at the eastbound exit ramp and South Frontage Road. Work on this project includes adding two right turn lanes to the east bound exit ramp, adding two left turn lanes on County Line Road turning onto South Frontage Road, adding signals at both intersections, placing signs and removing and replacing the asphalt. Weather permitting, the project is estimated for completion in the spring 2014. The contractor is Cone and Graham.

 

Rock Ridge Road at Gator Creek (north Lakeland): Construction project: Rock Ridge Road has been reduced to one lane and is controlled by temporary traffic signals at Creekwood Run and the adjacent Gator Creek Bridge. The temporary signals will be in place for approximately three months. No lane closures are necessary, however, the speed limit has been reduced to 25 mph for safety. This project includes replacing the existing Gator Creek Bridge with a new bridge that will have two 12-foot travel lanes, five-foot paved shoulder and barrier wall. In addition to replacing the bridge, new pavement markings will be placed on Rock Ridge Road from US 98 to Deen Still Road. Weather permitting, this project will be completed in spring 2014. Wright Construction Group, Inc. is the contractor.

 

US 98 from CR 540A to SR 540 (Winter Lake Road): Construction project: Work continues to expand the roadway from four to six lanes. Motorists should expect northbound and/or southbound lane closures during the nighttime/overnight hours from 6:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. for several months, as crews install roadway drainage pipe, add drainage pipe beneath driveways and widen the roadway. Northbound and southbound traffic from south of Autumnwood Grove Boulevard to north of Lake Hancock Road remains shifted onto newly constructed travel lanes. Motorists should use caution when driving through these areas. Weather permitting the project should be completed in the summer 2015. The contractor is The Lane Construction Corporation. For more information, visit the www.idriveUS98.com.

 

US 98 at Farm Road: Maintenance permit project: Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures on the northbound lane from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. while crews place signs and pavement markings. Motorists are advised to use caution and watch for changes in the traffic pattern.

 

US 98/North Florida Avenue between East Peachtree Street and East Oak Street: Maintenance permit project: The sidewalk on the east side of North Florida Avenue between East Peachtree and East Oak streets is closed as a safety precaution while crews work on the expansion of the McKeel Elementary Academy. Pedestrians are detoured around the closure.

 

US 98 from North Socrum Loop Road to US 92: Maintenance contract project: Work on this project includes replacing cracked sidewalk and adding wheelchair accessible ramps, constructing curb, and replacing ditch pavement and deteriorated concrete. No lane closures are scheduled, but use caution and watch for workers close to the road. Weather permitting this project is anticipated to be completed in summer 2014. The contractor is Environmental Innovations.

 

US 98 North just south of West Daugherty Road: Maintenance permit project: Work on this project includes extending the existing southbound left turn lane, constructing a new driveway and sidewalk on the east side of US 98 North. Motorists should watch for lane closures while crews place pavement markings and stripe the roadway. The sidewalk is also closed. Pedestrians should follow the posted detour.

 

US 27 from Ritchie Road to south of Barry Road:Construction project: Work on this project includes expanding US 27 from four lanes to six lanes, resurfacing the existing roadway, adding five-foot paved bike lanes, building curb and gutter with drainage swales, constructing sidewalk, upgrading existing traffic signals at Waverly Barn Road/Dunson Road and Deen Still Road/Ronald Reagan Parkway, installing new highway lighting at Deen Still Road/Ronald Reagan Parkway, and installing sound barrier walls. A traffic shift remains in place at the intersection of US 27/Waverly Barn Road. Motorists are advised to use caution and watch for workers in the construction zone. Southland Construction is the contractor on this project. Work is expected to be finished in the fall of 2014.

 

US 27 from Barry Road to US 192 (Davenport/Clermont):Construction project: Improvements include expanding US 27 and the bridge at US 192 from four lanes to six lanes, resurfacing the existing roadway, adding five-foot paved bike lanes, building curb and gutter with drainage swales, constructing sidewalk, installing new concrete pole traffic signals at the intersections of US 27/California Boulevard and US 27/Student Drive, and installing sound barrier walls. Crews continue installing piles (concrete poles) at the bridge over US 27 during the day. Traffic shifts are in place on the ramps at the US 27/US 192 interchange and will remain in place for several months. The northbound inside lanes of US 27 from Barry Road to Polo Park Boulevard will be closed during the nighttime/overnight hours of 6 p.m. to 7 a.m., Sunday, January 19 through Saturday, January 25 while crews lay temporary asphalt to shift traffic while expanding lanes. Motorists are advised to use caution and watch for changes in the traffic pattern. Prince is the contractor on this project. Work is expected to be finished in summer 2016.

 

Detour:  Westbound US 192 to Southbound US 27

The westbound US 192 exit ramp to southbound US 27 will be closed during the nighttime/overnight hours of 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., Thursday, January 23 through Saturday, January 25 while crews install piles (concrete poles) on the bridge over US 27. Detour signs direct westbound traffic to travel north on US 27 then make a U-turn at Cagan Crossings Boulevard in order to travel south on US 27.

 

Detour:  Southbound US 27 to Eastbound US 192

The southbound US 27 exit ramp to eastbound US 192 will be closed during the nighttime/overnight hours of 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., Thursday, January 23 to Saturday, January 25 while crews install piles (concrete poles on the bridge over US 27. Detour signs direct southbound US 27 traffic to continue south on US 27 past the US 192 entrance ramp, make a U-turn at Polo Park Boulevard and travel north on US 27 to the eastbound US 192 entrance ramp.

 

US 27 from US 98 to Presidents Drive (Frostproof/Lake Wales): Maintenance project: Crews continue cleaning ditches along both sides of this four lane roadway through the end of January. No lane closures are expected, however, motorists are advised to use caution when traveling in this area.

 

US 27 from Silver Crest Drive to Bates Road (Haines City): Maintenance permit project: Crews continue relocating light poles and bases at the intersection of Bates Road and US 27, installing storm water pipe in the median and along the west side of the roadway and constructing turn lanes on the western side of US 27. Motorists should expect nighttime southbound lane closures and daytime southbound shoulder closures. Work on this permit includes constructing two right turn lanes, one left turn lane, three driveway entrances and sidewalk. Motorists are advised to use caution and watch for workers in the construction zone.

 

US 27 at SR 542 (Dundee Road) Intersection: Construction project: The contractor will begin installing construction signs and erosion control fencing and clearing plants and debris from the right of way.  Motorists should watch for daytime lane closures with flaggers directing traffic from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and during the nighttime/overnight hours from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Improvements on this project include replacing signal poles and signal equipment, removing and replacing the asphalt, repairing sidewalks, and signing and pavement markings.  The contractor is Florida Safety Contractors and the project is expected to be completed in summer of 2014.

 

US 17/92 from Hinson Avenue north to south of McKeown Avenue: Construction project: Work on this project includes resurfacing the existing two lane roadway and center turn lane, removing silt from drainage pipes to improve drainage, upgrading traffic and pedestrian signals, constructing sidewalk at the Johnson Avenue intersection, and placing signs and pavement markings throughout the project. Crews will continue work on the existing traffic signals, grading and placing sod and pavement markings throughout the project. Motorists should expect intermittent daytime lane closures with flaggers directing traffic after 9 a.m. and nighttime/overnight lane closures from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday. Use caution when driving through this area. Weather permitting, this work is anticipated to be in effect for several weeks. This project is anticipated for completion in spring 2014. The contractor is APAC Southeast, Inc.

 

SR 659 (Combee Road) at North Crystal Lake Drive (Lakeland): Maintenance permit project: Expect intermittent southbound lane closures during the nighttime/overnight hours of 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. while crews widen Combee Road and install drainage pipe. Work on this project also includes adding a northbound left turn lane on Combee Road north of the intersection, and adding sidewalk and installing driveways on the west side of Combee Road and north side of North Crystal Lake Drive. Motorists should use caution and be prepared to stop.

 

SR 572 (Airport Rd.) at SR 542 (Old Tampa Highway) Intersection: Construction project: The contractor will continue clearing plants and debris from the right of way and will begin removing and placing pipe. Motorists should watch for daytime lane closures with flaggers directing traffic from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Improvements on this project include adding left turn lanes in both directions from Airport Road onto Old Tampa Highway, adding traffic and pedestrian signals, replacing drainage pipes, removing and replacing the asphalt, and adding paved shoulder and sidewalk. The contractor is Lane Construction. Weather permitting, work is expected to be completed in summer 2014.

 

SR 572 (Airport Road) north of Drain Field Road: Maintenance permit project: Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures of the northbound lane from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Work on this project includes constructing a driveway entrance on the east side of the roadway. Use caution and watch for changes in the traffic pattern.

 

SR 572 (Drane Field Road) at Airfield Court East: Maintenance permit project: Eastbound motorists should expect traffic shifts using the center turn lane from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Work on this project includes a signal installation for the Fire Station 7. Use caution and watch for changes in the traffic pattern.

 

SR 544 (Avenue T NW) Pedestrian Bridge (Winter Haven): Construction project: The City of Winter Haven’s contractor continues work on the pedestrian bridge crossing SR 544 (Avenue T Northwest) between US Hwy 17 and First Street N. Traffic in both directions will be shifted as needed from beneath the work area on the bridge. Lane shifts will occur during the nighttime/overnight hours of 7:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m., Sunday, January 19 through Thursday, January 23. Motorists should use caution and watch for changes in the traffic pattern. Southland Construction is the contractor. Work is scheduled to be completed by spring 2014.

 

(SR 540)Cypress Gardens Boulevard from Overlook Drive to US 27: Construction project: Work on this project includes resurfacing, extending turn lanes, adding paved shoulders, upgrading traffic signals, installing lighted street signs and street lighting at signalized intersections, adding pedestrian signals and crosswalks at various intersections, repairing and constructing sidewalk, replacing guardrail at the bridges, and adding, replacing and cleaning drainage pipes. Crews will begin placing construction signs and erosion control fencing throughout the project on Monday, January 20. No lane closures are planned. Weather permitting, the project will be completed by the end of 2014. The contractor is Middlesex Corporation.

 

SR 540 east of State Farm Entrance: Maintenance permit project: Crews will continue placing limerock and begin paving the new turn lane. Expect intermittent lane closures on the eastbound lanes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Work on this project includes constructing a right turn lane, driveway entrance and sidewalk on the south side of the roadway. Use caution while traveling in the area.

 

SR 549 (1st street) between Avenue C North and Avenue D North: Maintenance permit project: Crews will be adding equipment to the existing pole line. Expect intermittent northbound lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Use caution while traveling in the area, and watch for changes in the traffic pattern.

 

SR 60 at Diesel Road: Construction project: Motorists should watch for intermittent daytime lane closures both east and westbound while crews continue replacing the signalization system at this intersection. Work on this project includes replacing the signal poles and equipment and adding lighted street signs. Use caution and watch for changes in the traffic pattern. Weather permitting, work will be completed in spring 2014. The contractor is Traffic Control Devices.

 

SR 60 from NE 12th Avenue to Kid Ellis Road (Mulberry): Maintenance permit project:Crews will place casing for underground utilities along the north side of SR 60. No lane closures are anticipated, but use caution and watch for workers close to the roadway.

 

SR 60 (Van Fleet Drive) from west of US 98/Broadway Avenue to west of US 17 (SR 555): Construction project: Motorists should watch for intermittent nighttime lane closures both east and westbound, Sunday, January 12 through Thursday, January 16 while crews place permanent roadway markings, including arrows and stop bars. Use caution and watch for changes in the traffic pattern. Weather permitting, this project will be completed by early February. The contractor is McShea Contracting.

 

SR 37 at the Mulberry Bridge from South of SR 60 over the Alafia River:Construction project: Motorists should expect intermittent lane closures on SR 37 while crews erect bridge beams and piles (concrete poles). Work on this project includes widening the existing two-lane roadway to a four-lane roadway separated with a median from Dean Street north to SW 4th Street. The existing four-lane roadway, from  SW  4th  Street  to  SE  3rd  Street,  will  be resurfaced, and the existing two-lane bridge over the north fork of the Alafia River is being replaced with twin bridges to accommodate four 12-foot travel lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks. Leware Construction Company of Florida, Inc. is the contractor on this project. The project is estimated to be complete in spring 2014.

 

SR 37 from Cozart Road to Bethlehem Road: Maintenance permit project:Crews continue installing water lines on both sides of SR 37. Motorists should expect intermittent daytime lane closures with flaggers directing traffic, and be prepared to stop. Project completion is estimated for early 2014.

 

SR 17 (S. 10th Street) from SR 544/CR 544 to US 17/92 (Hinson Ave) in Haines City: Construction project: Northbound SR 17 (S. 10th Street) is closed to all traffic between SR 544/CR 544 and Wood Avenue. Signs direct northbound traffic east on CR 544 then north on 30th Street and west on US 17/92 (Hinson Avenue) to SR 17 (S. 10th Street). A southbound lane will be kept open for the duration of the project with access to driveways and side streets maintained for southbound traffic only. The detour will be active for approximately one year. Crews are installing pipe from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Motorists are advised to observe posted speed limits, look out for pedestrians and bicyclists, and drive with caution in the construction zone. During this project, crews will replace the roadway base and pavement, widen travel lanes, rework the center turn lane to include raised medians and median crossovers, replace existing drainage and add sidewalk and decorative street lighting. Completion is estimated in summer 2015. The contractor is Prince Construction, LLC.

 

SR 17 from Egg Farm Road to Mt. Lake Estates entrance: Maintenance permit project:Motorists should expect periodic lane closures with flaggers directing traffic from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. while crews trim trees along this two lane section of State Road 17. Motorists should use caution and be prepared to stop.

 

SR 17 at Palm Street (Frostproof): Maintenance permit project: Expect intermittent southbound lane closures from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. while crews continue building a driveway entrance and sidewalk along the southbound lanes. Motorists should use caution and be prepared to stop.

 

SARASOTA COUNTY

Sarasota County Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) Phase III: Construction project: Signal controller cabinets will be installed overnight starting Sunday until Saturday between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. Fiber pulling and splicing will be taking place with work on the shoulders expected. CCTV cameras will be installed in close proximity to pedestrian pathways. Expect sidewalk closures Monday through Saturday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.

 

I-75 Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) and Satellite Traffic Management Center: Construction Project: Work continues to install fiber optics communications cable and transmission equipment, closed-circuit television cameras, and roadside sensors along I-75 from the Charlotte/Sarasota County line (near mile marker 172) to the Sarasota/Manatee County line(University Parkway/near mile marker 213). During the week of Sunday, January 19, 2014 the contractor plans to install electrical wire, fiber optic cable, pull boxes, cabinets and ITS devices along northbound and southbound I-75 between mile markers 178 and 213.  Motorists should anticipate shoulder closures for this work. There will be one lane closures along northbound and southbound I-75 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. in various locations between mile markers 172 and 191 for installation of overhead signs. Motorists are advised to use caution while traveling through construction zones. This project is scheduled for completion in summer 2014. The contractor is World Fiber Technologies, Inc.

 

I-75: From Sumter Boulevard to River Road:  Construction project:  This project

expands I-75 to six lanes. Crews are resurfacing the southbound lanes and clearing the right of way. Motorists should expect nighttime/overnight lane closures from 9 p.m. Sunday, January 19 to 5 a.m. Friday January 24, weather permitting. Drivers should pay attention to traffic signs and barricades throughout the construction project, stay alert, and use caution in the work zone.  Estimated completion is summer 2016.  The contractor is Conalvias USA.

 

US 41 (Tamiami Trail) at Gulf Gate Drive and Bay Acres Avenue; SR 789 (John Ringling Causeway/North Gulfstream Avenue) at Sunset Drive and Golden Gate Drive; SR 72 (Clark Road) at Beneva Road and Sawyer Road; SR 758 (Bee Ridge Road) at Murdock Avenue and Honore Avenue: Construction project: Crews are repairing and replacing mast arm traffic signals at these intersections. Motorists should expect work occurring during the day and at night. Lane closures may occur from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. Motorists are advised to use caution and watch for workers in these areas. Completion is expected in early 2014. The contractor is Traffic Control Devices, Inc.

 

SR 780 (Fruitville Road) from Lime Avenue to McIntosh Road: Maintenance contract project: Crews continue to inspect and repair drainage pipes. Motorists should expect intermittent eastbound and westbound outside lane closures from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. through the end of January, weather permitting.  Motorists are also advised to use caution while in the area and expect possible delays.

 

SR 758 from Cattleman Road to Phillippi Creek: Construction project: Crews are removing old asphalt (milling) and resurfacing the roadway. Improvements are being made to drainage systems and curb and gutter. Guardrail is being installed as well as new signing and pavement markings. Nighttime lane closures will occur between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m. throughout the duration of the project. Project completion is expected in spring 2014. Superior Asphalt, Inc. is the contractor.

 

 

 

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