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New bridge crossing planned for Malaysia

A new bridge is to be built in Malaysia’s Sarawak State at a cost of US$112.5 million. The work will be carried out by a joint venture comprising the Chinese contractor China Communications Constructi ......

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  • 02 Apr 2019
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Description A new bridge is to be built in Malaysia’s Sarawak State at a cost of US$112.5 million. The work will be carried out by a joint venture comprising the Chinese contractor China Communications Construction and local firm PPES Works, itself part owned by Cahya Mata Sarawak. The new bridge will measure 1,048m-long and will be a cable-stayed structure, carrying two lanes of traffic in either direction. In addition to the Bintulu Jepak bridge, work will also be carried out on a flyover across the Jalan Tun Razak, Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi and Jalan Abang Galau junction, as well as a 4km link road.
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Source http://www.worldhighways.com/categories/road-highway-structures/news/new-bridge-crossing-planned-for-malaysia/
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Parts of I-35E, I-694 and Hwy. 100 closing for road work

After a soggy start, Minnesota Department of Transportation crews are hoping for dry conditions this weekend which will allow them to resume a bridge painting project on I-694 in the northern suburbs ......

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  • Construction
  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description After a soggy start, Minnesota Department of Transportation crews are hoping for dry conditions this weekend which will allow them to resume a bridge painting project on I-694 in the northern suburbs that has been on hold for a couple weeks.

If the weather holds up, they will shut down the eastbound lanes of I-694 from Brooklyn Center to New Brighton from Friday night to Monday morning.

Both directions of I-35E south of downtown St. Paul will be closed from Friday night to Monday morning for bridge work while I-94 in both directions is squeezed in the Midway near the Prior Avenue bridge project.

Once again, the southbound lanes of Hwy. 100 will be shut down, but only for 24 hours from 10 p.m. Friday night to Saturday night between I-394 and 70th Street. Since this closure extends south of the usual closing point at the Crosstown, motorists should use Hwy. 169 or I-35W to make their southbound trips.

Football is back on the University of Minnesota campus. Be alert for road closings and turn lane restrictions in the vicinity of TCF Bank Stadium before and after Saturday's 11 a.m. kickoff.

The Saints have a playoff game at 7 p.m. Saturday at CHS Field in downtown St. Paul while the Twins play Friday through Sunday at Target Field. No traffic will be allowed on West Broadway between Lyndale and Penn avenues Saturday as another installment of Minneapolis Open Streets is on tap. The Renaissance Festival continues in Shakopee so look for heavy traffic on Hwy. 169.

Keep your eyes open for bicyclists participating in the St. Paul Classic Bike Tour along the Saint Paul Grand Round parkway system on Sunday. Road closures in the direction cyclists are riding include Mississippi River Boulevard, Shepard Road, Warner Road, Johnson Parkway, Wheelock Parkway and Pelham Boulevard. Summit Avenue will be open to traffic but no parking rules will be enforced on the north side.

And the sweet sounds of Kirk Whalum and others will fill the air Saturday at the Selby Avenue Jazz Fest at Selby Avenue and Milton Street in St. Paul.

Here is a map where you'll find major road construction and possible delays, with details below:

1. I-494 in Plymouth: Traffic between Fish Lake Road in Maple Grove and Hwy. 55 in Plymouth has been shifted to the southbound side of the freeway and is reduced to two lanes each direction until Nov. 4. Ramp closures: Westbound 394 to southbound 494 and southbound 494 from Carlson Pkwy. Other ramps and three freeway lanes south of Hwy. 55 are open. East Fish Lake Rd in Maple Grove spanning I-494 closed until Monday.

2. Hwy. 100 in St. Louis Park and Edina: Southbound lanes closed from 10 p.m. Friday until 10 p.m. Saturday between I-394 and 70th Street.

3. I-694 in Brooklyn Center and New Brighton: Eastbound lanes closed from 10 p.m. Friday until 5 a.m. Monday between Hwy. 252 and I-35W for bridge painting.

4. I-35W in Mounds View: Lanes narrow in the vicinity of County Road H due to bridge construction.

5. I-694 in Shoreview: Westbound traffic has two lanes separated by a concrete barrier between I-35E and Lexington Avenue. Ramp from westbound 694 to Rice Street and Lexington Avenue now open.

6. I-35E in northeast metro: Intermittent lane closures between County roads 96 and J. Single lane from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays and Saturdays County 96 is closed from Manning Avenue to Dellwood Road.

7. Hwy. 8 in Franconia: The highway is closed between the south junction of Hwy. 95 in Franconia and downtown Taylors Falls.

8. I-94 from St. Paul to Maplewood: The left westbound lane between Mounds Blvd and Century Ave. is permanently closed. The left eastbound lane is closed most weekdays and Saturdays through mid-September. Travel should be easier now that a third lane is available.

9. White Bear Avenue in St. Paul: Road work between I-94 to Beech Street and closed to all traffic between Wilson Avenue and 3rd Street.

10. Hwy. 36 in Roseville: Westbound traffic has been shifted onto new permanent lanes. Eastbound is still using a bypass at Lexington Avenue. Ramps at Lexington remain closed.

11. I-35E in St. Paul: Both directions will be closed from 9 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Monday between I-94 and Shepard Road. The Randolph Avenue bridge over 35E closed until late September.

12. Hwy. 5 in St. Paul: Single lane in each direction between Shepard Road and the Hwy. 5/55 interchange near Fort Snelling.

13. Washington Avenue in Minneapolis: Eastbound lanes closed until 5 a.m. Monday between Hennepin and Marquette avenues. Westbound lanes closed from Portland Avenue to Hennepin Avenue S.

14. Hwy. 3 in Farmington: Alternating lane closures between Hwy 50 and 179th Street.

15. Hwy. 61 in Denmark Township: Crews are prepping the road for construction in both directions of Hwy 61 from just north of Hwy 10 in Cottage Grove to just south of 127th St. in Hastings.
Industry Construction
Source http://www.startribune.com/weekend-traffic-parts-of-i-35e-i-694-and-hwy-100-closing-for-road-work/392735271/
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Weekend Construction in Metro Detroit: I-696, I-75, I-96 Ramp Closures, Other Work

As you’re out and about this weekend, you may encounter some delays due to road construction beginning Friday. Not all weekend projects are listed in information released by the Michigan Department ......

  • United States
  • Construction
  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description As you’re out and about this weekend, you may encounter some delays due to road construction beginning Friday.

Not all weekend projects are listed in information released by the Michigan Department of Transportation. Before you head out, check Michigan.gov/drive or the MiDrriveapp for all projects affecting your route.

Interstate 696
In Oakland County, WB I-696, Telegraph to Inkster Rd, two lanes open, 7am-5pm Sun for maintenance.

In Oakland County, WB I-696 ramp to M-1 (Woodward), RAMP CLOSED 9pm Thur-5am Fri for lighting.

In Oakland County, WB I-696 ramp to Greenfield, RAMP CLOSED, 9pm Fri-5am Sat for lighting work.

Interstate 75
In Oakland County, NB/SB I-75, Giddings to Clintonville, ONE LANE OPEN NIGHTLY, 10pm Fri-9am Sat & 10pm Sat-9am Sun for construction.

In Oakland County, SB I-75, Big Beaver to 14 Mile, ONE LANE OPEN NIGHTLY, 10pm Fri-10am Sat & 10pm Sat-10am Sun and weeknights 9pm-5am, Sun thru Thur.

In Oakland County, NB/SB I-75 ramps to 12 Mile, RAMPS CLOSED 9pm Fri-5am Sat for lighting.

In Oakland County, SB I-75 ramp to Big Beaver, RAMP CLOSED 9pm Fri-5am Sat for lighting.

In Oakland County, SB I-75 BL (Perry), Giddings to Kettering, right lane closed, 9am-3pm Fri.

In Wayne County, SB I-75, Springwells to Schaefer, TWO LANES OPEN, 7pm Fri-5am Mon for repair.

In Wayne County, SB I-75 ramp to EB I-94, RAMP CLOSED, 9am-3pm Fri for road work.

Interstate 96
In Oakland Cty, Meadowbrook over I-96, MEADOWBROOK CLOSED 5am Sat-5am Mon for bridge work.

In Oakland County, NB/SB Novi Rd ramps to EB I-96, RAMPS CLOSED, 7am-5pm Sat for maintenance.

In Oakland County, EB I-96, Novi Rd to I-275, right lane closed 7am-5pm Sat for maintenance.

M-24: (Lapeer Rd)
In Oakland County, EB/WB Brown/Dutton Road at M-24, ROAD CLOSED 7am-5pm Sun for construction.

In Oakland County, NB/SB M-24 at Metamora, lane closures 9am-7pm M-F for construction.

M-1: (Woodward)
In Oakland County, NB/SB M-1, Maple to 10 Mile, left lane closure 7am-5pm Sat for maintenance.

In Oakland County, NB/SB M-1, 10 Mile to 14 Mile, left lane closure 7am-5pm Sun for maintenance.

In Oakland County, SB M-1 from South Blvd to Hickory Grove, right lane closure 7am-4pm Sun.

In Oakland County, NB M-1 at Long Lake, WOODWARD CLOSED, for 15 mins, 6am-10am Sat utility work.

In Oakland Cty, NB/SB M-1, South Blvd to Hickory Grove, right lane closed 7am-4pm Sat maintenance.

Interstate 94
In Wayne County, EB I-94, I-275 to US-24/Telegraph, ONE LANE OPEN, 8pm Fri-3pm Sat, and 8pm Sat-9am Sun, and2pm Sun-5am Mon for paving.

In Wayne County, EB I-94 ramp to Ecorse, RAMP CLOSED, 8pm Fri-3pm Sat & 8pm Sat-9am Sun & 2pm Sun-5am Mon for paving.

In Wayne County, WB I-94 ramp to Middlebelt, RAMP CLOSED 8pm Fri-5am Mon for paving.

In Wayne County, EB I-94, I-275 to US-24/Tele, ONE LANE OPEN OVERNIGHTS 8pm-5am, Mon-Fri.

In Wayne County, EB I-94 ramp to NB M-39, RAMP CLOSED, 9pm Fri-5am Mon for repairs.

M-39 (Southfield)
In Wayne County, SB M-39, M-153 (Ford Rd) to I-94, ONE LANE OPEN 9pm Fri-5am Mon for repairs.

In Wayne County, SB M-39, I-94 to I-75, two lanes open 6am-5pm Sat for pavement repairs.

In Wayne County, SB M-39 ramp to I-94, RAMP CLOSED 9pm Fri-5am Mon.
Industry Construction
Source http://patch.com/michigan/dearborn/weekend-construction-metro-detroit-i-696-i-75-i-96-ramp-closures-other-work
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Region roadwork continues into fall

A busy road construction season is entering its final phase, with the Labor Day weekend seeing the conclusion of projects, including Ind. 49 in Porter County, and the transition of others to new phase ......

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  • Construction
  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description A busy road construction season is entering its final phase, with the Labor Day weekend seeing the conclusion of projects, including Ind. 49 in Porter County, and the transition of others to new phases, including an extensive Interstate 65 patching project and a U.S. 421 intersection reconstruction.

Two large projects, the state’s Restore 94 paving and maintenance work on Interstate 94, and 80/90 Push, the Indiana Toll Road’s rehabilitation project, will continue through this year and into next.

The Indiana Department of Transportation has been engaged in 66 projects in Lake, Porter and LaPorte counties this season, valued at nearly $132 million. The two-year Indiana Toll Road project, being paid for by its private operator, will cost about $200 million.

Interstate 65

A concrete pavement restoration project on Interstate 65 through Merrillville has required lane closures both on the highway and its on- and off-ramps. INDOT contractors are patching spots along the highway, some at a depth of 3 inches, and more significant damage at the full 14-inch depth.

Crews are also embedding dowel rods to transfer some of the load on places where cracks have developed. The work also includes joint sealing and asphalt replacement in bridge joints.

The first segment of the project, from south of U.S. 30 to 61st Avenue, will be complete by the end of this week, weather-permitting, according to INDOT Northwest spokesman Doug Moats.

A second phase, from 61st to the Interstate 80/94 interchange, will begin this week and could remain unfinished at the conclusion of construction season because more patching is needed than originally expected.

“I expect this project to still be ongoing and finish next spring,” Moats said in an email. “The goal is to have all barrels removed and the interstate back to normal before Thanksgiving and leave it that way over the winter.”

Ind. 49

The summerlong repaving of Ind. 49 in the Chesterton area wrapped up last week, a month behind schedule due to below-grade issues and a chemical leak in late July.

“We had subgrade issues with the State Road 49 project that delayed the project by four weeks,” Moats said. “We also had the slag problem that required crews to dig up parts of the road to contain and remove the substance.”

The heavily traveled road is a main access point to Interstate 80/94, the Indiana dunes and a South Shore commuter rail station.

“The motoring public were very frustrated by this project, as you can imagine,” Moats acknowledged.

But the extra driving time didn’t appear to hinder visitors from flocking to the lakeshore parks, said Ken Kosky, promotions director for Indiana Dunes Tourism. He said INDOT worked with park and tourism officials through the summer to increase traffic flow at busy times.

“The gate revenue at Indiana Dunes State Park, which motorists could only reach this summer by driving through the Ind. 49 construction, increased 10 percent when compared to 2015, which had been their highest year,” Kosky said Tuesday via email. “And the Indiana Dunes Visitor Center on Ind. 49 — a joint operation between Indiana Dunes Tourism and the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore — didn’t experience any decrease in visitors.”

U.S. 421

Westville residents are dealing with a two-phase project on U.S. 421 that involves replacing its intersections with Ind. 2 as well as repaving work.

“Our crews are completely tearing out all of the concrete and ADA (pedestrian) ramps and replacing them,” Moats said of the intersection project.

Currently, the road is closed from the north intersection of U.S. 421 and Ind. 2 to approximately County Road 250 South. That phase of the project is scheduled to be completed by the end of the month.

“Once this phase is complete, the south side of U.S. 421 and the west junction of Ind. 2 will be closed though November,” Moats said.

Interstate 94 and Indiana Toll Road

The two largest projects include rehabilitation of northern Indiana’s main east-west thoroughfares — Interstate 94 and the Indiana Toll Road.

INDOT’s $45 million Restore 94 rehabilitation project is continuing through fall, and two concrete patching projects will need to be completed next year.

Also, some pavement near I-94 and U.S. 421 will have to be repaired, according to Moats. “Drivers might have noticed a few bumps on the new pavement. We will go back in and fix those,” he said.

Recent Restore 94 work requiring lane restrictions includes bridge maintenance work from the Illinois state line to Cline Avenue, and paving work from U.S. 421 to the Michigan state line.

Indiana Toll Road work — involving resurfacing and bridge work from Lake Station to Elkhart — will continue through the end of 2017, according to toll road operator ITR Concession Co.’s plans.

A third phase of the $200 million project concluded last week, with the exception of the Lake Station interchange, which will remain closed for structural repairs until mid-November.

More than two-thirds of the project is complete — 200 out of 292 lane-miles — according to ITR.

An interchange closure is scheduled for the toll road’s connection to U.S. 421 in Michigan City beginning Monday. It is expected to last until Sept. 26. All exit and entry ramps will be closed.

When that work is done, work will begin on the Valparaiso/Chesterton interchange, which will close approximately Sept. 26 to Oct. 10, according to ITR Concession.
Industry Construction
Source http://www.nwitimes.com/business/local/region-roadwork-continues-into-fall/article_a0e6e048-b515-53f2-8899-9363aed62546.html
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Major I-43, Ashland Avenue work on tap for 2017

Think the approaching end of years of Interstate 41 work means Brown County drivers will get a respite from major road-construction projects in 2017? Think again. A number of scheduled projects ......

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  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description Think the approaching end of years of Interstate 41 work means Brown County drivers will get a respite from major road-construction projects in 2017?

Think again.

A number of scheduled projects promise to challenge the motoring public, especially in Green Bay's suburbs, as government works to keep up with the county's transit needs. Brown County continues to grow in population; having added almost 11,000 residents to the 248,000 who lived here in 2010, U.S. Census Bureau estimates show.

They include significant work along the Ashland Avenue corridor, bridge work along a stretch of Interstate 43 and the addition of a roundabout in a growing area of Bellevue.

Here's a wrap-up of the major projects, sorted by community, as listed in the Draft 2017-2021 Transportation Improvement Program for the Green Bay Urbanized Area.

Timetables for the work will be announced as it gets closer to construction season.

Most of the cost of such projects is funded by the federal government. Local governments are responsible for the remainder.

Green Bay/Ashwaubenon/De Pere

Motorists will deal with reconstruction, repaving and other work on a major north-south road linking Green Bay and De Pere.

Ashland Avenue will undergo resurfacing and other work from Eighth Street in Green Bay south to the Ashwaubenon/De Pere line. The work will continue for a half-mile south of the roundabout at Glory Road on North Eighth Street.

The project includes work on the Canadian National Railroad Bridge near Ashland Avenue and Baeten Road in Ashwaubenon.

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation plans to award contracts in late 2016. The cost is expected to be about $8.5 million.

Vanderperren Way in Ashwaubenon also will be rebuilt with bicycle lanes and a sidewalk, from Holmgren Way to Ashland Avenue. The cost is estimated at $403,000.

Bellevue

Crews will upgrade about 1.5 miles of Manitowoc Road from Allouez Avenue to state 29, adding bike lanes and a sidewalk. The cost is estimated at $471,000.

De Pere

Workers are slated to re-pave sections of three streets: Allard, Erie and Helena. A total of 1.4 miles of roadway will be paved. Design work has been completed.

Additionally, Lawrence Drive will be rebuilt from Scheuring Road to Fortune Avenue.

The total cost is estimated at $2 million.

Green Bay

While the county's plan lists no significant federally funded road work for the city in 2017, Wisconsin’s DOT plans to continue work related to three bridges that carry traffic across the Fox River.

Controls on the Ray Nitschke Memorial Bridge will be upgraded. The span, which connects Main and Dousman streets, has had mechanical problems over the years, including in January and May of this year.

Also, equipment is being installed to enable remote operation of the Nitschke and Don A. Tilleman bridges by tenders at the Walnut Street span.

The city of Green Bay estimates the work, at an estimated cost of $843,000, could save $392,000 in annual labor costs.

Ledgeview

Bridge work is slated for County MM at Bower Creek.

The site is near Fonferek's Glen Park, which tends to attract heavy traffic on weekends and holidays. Brown County recently restricted parking along County MM near the park.

I-43 corridor

In the southeastern sector of the county — and into Manitowoc County — the state DOT plans bridge overlay work on a 9.4-mile stretch of Interstate 43. The cost is estimated at $20.3 million.

U.S. 41 corridor

In northwestern Brown County, the DOT will resurface a five-mile stretch of what remains U.S. 41 beginning at Lineville Road in Howard and continuing north to Norfield Road in Suamico. The cost is projected at $13.5 million.

State 172

Miscellaneous construction is planned from Webster Avenue in Allouez to Interstate 43 in Bellevue. Cost is estimated at $765,000.
Industry Construction
Source http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/story/news/2016/09/08/major--43-ashland-avenue-work-tap-2017/89787964/
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Ramp Over Finley Road Closed For Bridge Work This Weekend

The ramp carrying the westbound Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88) to the northbound Veterans Memorial Tollway (1-3555) over Finley Road will be closed this weekend for bridge work. This temporary clos ......

  • United States
  • Construction
  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description The ramp carrying the westbound Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88) to the northbound Veterans Memorial Tollway (1-3555) over Finley Road will be closed this weekend for bridge work.

This temporary closure is necessary to provide a safe work zone for bridge repairs on the eastern end of I-88.

Beginning on Sept. 9 at 10 p.m., the ramp carrying traffic from westbound I-88 to northbound I-355 will be closed to traffic to provide a work zone for bridge joint replacement and deck repairs. .

There will be a posted detour for the weekend that will direct westbound I-88 traffic to southbound I-355 and to exit at Ogden, where traffic will then be directed east to the I-355 northbound entrance ramp.

The ramp will reopen by 5 a.m. on Sept. 12.

A second closure with detour will be occur later in the fall to complete the repair work.

This construction is part of the Illinois Department of Transportation and DuPage County's plan to repair six bridges along the eastern end of I-88 in 2016. These include I-88 bridges over the Fox River, Yackley Avenue, Warrenville Road, Illinois Route 53 and I-355, as well as the Highland Avenue Bridge over I-88.

Work is also scheduled to occur on the ramp bridge over Finley Road, carrying traffic from westbound I-88 to the northbound Veterans Memorial Tollway (I-355).

Resurfacing work will also take place on the ramp carrying southbound I-355 traffic to eastbound I-88.

All work will be completed by the end of 2016.
Industry Construction
Source http://patch.com/illinois/glenellyn/ramp-over-finley-road-closed-bridge-work-weekend
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Lanark County construction projects come in $320,000 under budget

Extra funds leftover from the 2016 Lanark County construction projects means additional work can be done this year. Terry McCann, the county’s director of public works, provided the good news to co ......

  • Canada
  • Financial Services
  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description Extra funds leftover from the 2016 Lanark County construction projects means additional work can be done this year.

Terry McCann, the county’s director of public works, provided the good news to county councillors during the Aug. 31 public works committee meeting. He noted that all budgeted projects for the year have been completed, which included bridge work on the George Street bridge in Lanark; the replacement of a box culvert on Highway 511, relining of three large steel culverts on County Road 10 between Perth and Franktown at Coburn Creek; and Andrewsville Bridge upgrades.

“We did Andrewsville Bridge stringer repairs on the north end of the bridge and repaired some of the running boards on the top of the Andrewsville Bridge,” McCann explained. “We don’t have any overruns, all came in within a couple per cent of the budget. So, you don’t lose money on every bridge job.”

Several road rehabilitations were also finished: County roads 1, 6, 19, 24 and 36; and surface treatment overlays were put on County roads 8 and 16. Micro-surfacing was also completed on County roads 8, 9, 19 and 24. After all is said and done, McCann said there are leftover funds in the budget for public works capital projects.

“Basically what we have, after construction, we have approximately $320,000 leftover from the capital budget,” he remarked. “Good tender prices and favourable asphalt and fuel index prices have been the largest contributors of that.”

McCann suggested to county councillors that $250,000 of those funds be spent on additional projects and outlined a series of options for them to consider, beginning with a micro scratch coat on Highway 43 between Perth and Port Elmsley for $210,000 and $40,000 to replace culverts on a various county roads.

“It would be a micro-scratch coat or base coat for micro (on Highway 43),” he said. “We’re planning on doing it from Perth to Smiths Falls next year but the portion from Perth to Port Elmsley is starting to get a little bit questionable, where the cracks are and it’s starting to open up a bit. We do have a micro contract that could possibly be extended and also we would do some culvert replacements.”

The second option is strictly the replacement of 18 to 20 culverts on county roads for $250,000. “We went through the list and we still have 50 culverts that are in the one to five year range that are supposed to be replaced,” McCann noted. “We’ve been doing about $250,000 to $260,000 a year and we still have 50 to go. That’s another option.”

The third suggestion would see the repaving of 2.5-kilometres of County Road 23 from Highway 43 to Guthrie Road with paved shoulders for $250,000 as well, while the last option proposes removing the rock and ditching on County Road 6, east of Hanna Road for $100,000, eight culvert replacements on county roads for $100,000, and three cable guide rail replacements on County roads 16 and 511 for $50,000.

“We would do some equipment reno work on County Road 6 ahead of next year’s job, which we are not chewing up the pavement in that location,” McCann stated.

County Coun. Aubrey Churchill (Drummond/North Elmsley reeve) said that options were appreciated “but the question I have is, what is your main option? What do you think should be done?”

McCann indicated that his preferred option would be the first one, “because we’re a little bit worried about the surface of Highway 43 over the winter. It’s getting worse and we’ll have to spend a little extra money doing repairs prior to micro next year.”

Councillors endorsed the first option, which was formally approved during the Sept. 7 council meeting. Coun. Jerry Flynn (Carleton Place deputy mayor) asked McCann to explain the micro-surfacing process.

“It’s the same thing that’s on County Road 29, right from one end to the other, so it’s a natural-based project that is basically mixed with stone dust so that it flows over the road and then it hardens up quickly,” he explained, adding one of the benefits is the material fills cracks and holes. “That keeps the water out and it’s a lot cheaper than obviously hot mix asphalt is.”

McCann said Highway 43 would require two lifts of micro-surfacing. The portion from Perth to Port Elmsley would get one lift this year and then another would be done next year and work would continue to Smiths Falls. He indicated it was last re-surfaced eight years ago, but the section from Smiths Falls to Port Elmsley had crack sealing prior to the micro-surface treatment, but from Port Elmsley to Perth did not.

“And you can sort of see the results,” he commented. “The other thing is, they say micro is only supposed to be good for five to seven years. We’re going constantly to try and get eight to 12 years out of it. We did well, we got eight years out of that.”

“There’s two ways you can use micro,” McCann continued. “You use micro on a good road to keep a road good, you use it on bad roads to extend the life so you wait until you have to chew that road up and replace the asphalt. So that’s basically what we’re doing on Highway 43 from Perth to Port Elmsley. The next time we do it, it’s going to be in the millions of dollars to do that road.”
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Source http://www.insideottawavalley.com/news-story/6844542-lanark-county-construction-projects-come-in-320-000-under-budget/
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Scheduled roadwork for the week

There are several roadwork projects scheduled during the week of Sept. 5 on the Sprain Brook Parkway; U.S. Routes 1 and 9A; the Saw Mill River Parkway, New York Route 133; Interstate 87 and 684; and t ......

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  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description There are several roadwork projects scheduled during the week of Sept. 5 on the Sprain Brook Parkway; U.S. Routes 1 and 9A; the Saw Mill River Parkway, New York Route 133; Interstate 87 and 684; and the Taconic State Parkway, as well as state roads in Harrison and Mount Pleasant, according to 511ny.org.

Sprain Brook Parkway

Various northbound and southbound lanes between the I-287 exit in Greenburgh and the Bradhurst Avenue ramp to Mount Pleasant will be closed between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 10.
Various northbound and southbound lanes between the Jackson Avenue exit in Greenburgh and the Bronx River Parkway exit in Eastchester will be closed between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 9.
U.S. Route 1

The right southbound lane will be closed between Winans Street in Larchmont and Dillon Road in Larchmont from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Various northbound and southbound lanes between Richbeel Road in Larchmont and Rockland Avenue in Larchmont will be closed from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. from Sept. 7 and Sept. 9.
U.S. Route 9A

Alternate northbound lanes and southbound lanes between Furnace Dock Road in Cortlandt and Baltic Place in Cortlandt will be closed between 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Alternate northbound and southbound lanes between Dutch Street in Cortlandt and Victoria Avenue in Cortlandt will be closed from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Various northbound and southbound lanes between Jackson Avenue in Greenburgh and Valentine Lane in Yonkers will close 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 10. Dutch Street in Cortlandt and Victoria Avenue in Cortlandt will be closed from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Saw Mill River Parkway

Various southbound lanes at Exit 26 (Taconic State Parkway) in Mount Pleasant will be closed between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 9.
The right northbound lane and the right southbound lane between Exit 34 (South Croton Avenue) in Mount Kisco and Exit 38 (the ramp to Green Lane) in Bedford will closed from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Various southbound lanes between Exit 32 (Hunts Lane) in New Castle and Exit 27 (Marble Avenue) in Mount Pleasant will be closed between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Bridge work at the Ashford Avenue exit in Greenburgh will close:
the right southbound lane between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 9.
the right northbound lane between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
New York Route 133

The right lanes and shoulder between Somerstown Road in Ossining and Campfire Road in Westchester will be closed in both directions from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 9.
Interstate 87

Drainage improvements between Exit 8/8A (to the Saw Mill River Parkway) in Greenburgh and the Tappan Zee Bridge Toll Barrier will close up to 3 northbound lanes between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m.
The first lane will close at 7 p.m., the second lane will close at 8 p.m. and the third lane will close at 11 p.m. from Sept 6 to Sept. 8.
Drainage improvements will close the northbound ramp to Exit 9 in Tarrytown between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 8. Detours will be posted.
Bridge construction will close one southbound lane just north of Exit 7 in Ardsley from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 6 and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Road maintenance will shut the left northbound lane from after the Yonkers toll barrier to before Exit 7A to the Saw Mill River Parkway until Nov. 16.
The left northbound lane north of Exit 7 in Ardsley will be closed for long-term construction every day thru Dec. 2.
Interstate 684

Roadwork between Exit 4 in Bedford and Exit 3 S/N in North Castle will close:
various southbound lanes between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
various northbound and southbound lanes between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 9.
Various northbound lanes between Exit 5 (Saw Mill River Parkway) in Bedford and Exit 6 (NY 35) in Bedford will be closed between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Taconic State Parkway

Bridge painting between the exit to Underhill Avenue in Yorktown and the Kitchawan Road exit in Yorktown will close various southbound lanes from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 6 and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Various northbound lanes between the Bronx River Parkway Rotary in North Castle and the Bryant Pond Road in Putnam Valley will be closed between 7 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Union Avenue (Harrison)

Paving will force alternating road closures in both directions on Union Avenue between Mamaroneck Avenue in Harrison and Harrison High School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Sept. 30.
Kenilworth Road (Harrison)

All lanes by the I-287 exit in Harrison will be closed because of bridge work until Dec. 1.
All lanes at Westchester Avenue exit in Harrison will be closed and detoured until Oct. 3.
Beekman Avenue (Mount Pleasant)

All lanes in both directions west of Clinton Street on Beekman Avenue in Mount Pleasant will be closed until March 16, 2017.
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Source http://www.lohud.com/story/news/traffic/commuter-life/2016/09/04/road-work-sept-5/89868114/
9.

Scheduled road work for week of Sept. 5

There are several roadwork projects scheduled during the week of Sept. 5 on the Sprain Brook Parkway; US Routes 1 and 9A; the Saw Mill River Parkway, New York Route 133; Interstate 87 and 684; and the ......

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  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description There are several roadwork projects scheduled during the week of Sept. 5 on the Sprain Brook Parkway; US Routes 1 and 9A; the Saw Mill River Parkway, New York Route 133; Interstate 87 and 684; and the Taconic State Parkway, as well as state roads in Harrison and Mount Pleasant, according to 511ny.org.

Sprain Brook Parkway

Various northbound and southbound lanes between the I-287 exit in Greenburgh and the Bradhurst Avenue ramp to Mount Pleasant will be closed between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 10.
Various northbound and southbound lanes between the Jackson Avenue exit in Greenburgh and the Bronx River Parkway exit in Eastchester will be closed between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 9.
U.S. Route 1

The right southbound lane will be closed between Winans Street in Larchmont and Dillon Road in Larchmont from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Various northbound and southbound lanes between Richbeel Road in Larchmont and Rockland Avenue in Larchmont will be closed from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. from Sept. 7 and Sept. 9.
U.S. Route 9A

Alternate northbound lanes and southbound lanes between Furnace Dock Road in Cortlandt and Baltic Place in Cortlandt will be closed between 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Alternate northbound and southbound lanes between Dutch Street in Cortlandt and Victoria Avenue in Cortlandt will be closed from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Various northbound and southbound lanes between Jackson Avenue in Greenburgh and Valentine Lane in Yonkers will close 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 10. Dutch Street in Cortlandt and Victoria Avenue in Cortlandt will be closed from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Saw Mill River Parkway

Various southbound lanes at Exit 26 (Taconic State Parkway) in Mount Pleasant will be closed between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 9.
The right northbound lane and the right southbound lane between Exit 34 (South Croton Avenue) in Mount Kisco and Exit 38 (the ramp to Green Lane) in Bedford will closed from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Various southbound lanes between Exit 32 (Hunts Lane) in New Castle and Exit 27 (Marble Avenue) in Mount Pleasant will be closed between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Bridge work at the Ashford Avenue exit in Greenburgh will close:
the right southbound lane between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 9.
the right northbound lane between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
New York Route 133

The right lanes and shoulder between Somerstown Road in Ossining and Campfire Road in Westchester will be closed in both directions from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 9.
Interstate 87

Drainage improvements between Exit 8/8A (to the Saw Mill River Parkway) in Greenburgh and the Tappan Zee Bridge Toll Barrier will close up to 3 northbound lanes between 7 p.m. and 5 a.m.
The first lane will close at 7 p.m., the second lane will close at 8 p.m. and the third lane will close at 11 p.m. from Sept 6 to Sept. 8.
Drainage improvements will close the northbound ramp to Exit 9 in Tarrytown between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 8. Detours will be posted.
Bridge construction will close one southbound lane just north of Exit 7 in Ardsley from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 6 and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Road maintenance will shut the left northbound lane from after the Yonkers toll barrier to before Exit 7A to the Saw Mill River Parkway until Nov. 16.
The left northbound lane north of Exit 7 in Ardsley will be closed for long-term construction every day thru Dec. 2.
Interstate 684

Roadwork between Exit 4 in Bedford and Exit 3 S/N in North Castle will close:
various southbound lanes between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
various northbound and southbound lanes between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. from Sept. 6 to Sept. 9.
Various northbound lanes between Exit 5 (Saw Mill River Parkway) in Bedford and Exit 6 (NY 35) in Bedford will be closed between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Sept. 6 and between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Taconic State Parkway

Bridge painting between the exit to Underhill Avenue in Yorktown and the Kitchawan Road exit in Yorktown will close various southbound lanes from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 6 and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Various northbound lanes between the Bronx River Parkway Rotary in North Castle and the Bryant Pond Road in Putnam Valley will be closed between 7 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9.
Union Avenue (Harrison)

Paving will force alternating road closures in both directions on Union Avenue between Mamaroneck Avenue in Harrison and Harrison High School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. until Sept. 30.
Kenilworth Road (Harrison)

All lanes by the I-287 exit in Harrison will be closed because of bridge work until Dec. 1.
All lanes at Westchester Avenue exit in Harrison will be closed and detoured until Oct. 3.
Beekman Avenue (Mount Pleasant)

All lanes in both directions west of Clinton Street on Beekman Avenue in Mount Pleasant will be closed until March 16, 2017.
Industry Construction
Source http://www.lohud.com/story/news/traffic/commuter-life/2016/09/04/road-work-sept-5/89868114/
10.

Upcoming area roadwork projects

The New York State Department of Transportation has issued travel advisories for area counties for the week of Sept. 5. HERKIMER COUNTY City of Little Falls: State Route 5 between Bidleman Road and ......

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  • Construction
  • 15 Oct 2016
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Description The New York State Department of Transportation has issued travel advisories for area counties for the week of Sept. 5.
HERKIMER COUNTY
City of Little Falls: State Route 5 between Bidleman Road and River Road. Motorists will encounter a reduced speed limit to 45 miles per hour along with flaggers and lane shift due to road construction.
Town of Russia: Route 8/28 over West Canada Creek bridge replacement between Cold Brook Street and Kaufman Road. Motorists will encounter a long-term temporary signal controlling one-way alternating traffic.
Town of Stark: Route 168 bridge over Ohisa Creek. Motorists will encounter a road closure with a detour in place for bridge work. The detour will be Route 168 to Route 167 to County Route 18 to Route 80 to Route 168 and reverse.
Village of Middleville and town of Salisbury: Route 29 between Middleville and Salisbury. Motorists will encounter lane closures with flaggers present for guiderail replacement and shoulder work.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
Town of Florida: Route 30 between County Route 159 and Belldons Road. Motorists will encounter northbound and southbound lane closures controlled by flaggers due to miscellaneous roadwork.
FULTON COUNTY
Village of Mayfield: Route 30 between Route 29 and Route 349. Motorists will encounter northbound and southbound closures with flaggers in place due to road work.
Hamlet of Sammonsville: Route 334 over Cayadutta Creek between the intersection of County Route 116 and County Route 30. Motorists will encounter one-way alternating traffic controlled by a temporary signal due to bridge work.
ONEIDA COUNTY
Utica North-South Arterial Project:
• Route 12 northbound, between Court Street and the Route 5A/5S bridge, continues to remain reduced to one lane.
• Lafayette Street, between Fay Street and State Street. Intermittent road closures will be encountered as needed during bridge construction operations.
City of Rome: Route 26 between James Street and Lamphere Road. Motorists will encounter a northbound lane closure due to ditch cleaning on Sept. 7 and Sept. 8.
City of Rome: Route 365 between Route 26 and Greenway Road. Motorists will encounter a westbound lane closure due to ditch cleaning on Sept. 8 and Sept. 9.
City of Utica: The Route 5S westbound lane is closed between Broad Street and Culver Avenue due to ditching and draining installation. Lane and shoulder closure and a speed limit reduction to 45 mph.
Town of Camden: Route 69 over the west branch of Fish Creek. Motorists will encounter a road closure with a detour in place. The detour will be Main Street, Preston Hill Road, Leigh Street and reverse. A temporary signal will be in place at Main Street and Preston Hill Road.
Town of Forestport: Dustin Road over Kayuta Lake between Beechwood Lane and McKoon Road. Motorists will encounter road closure with a detour in place. The detour will be north bound on Route 12 at Dustin Road: Route 28 off ramp and go north on Route 28 and take right on to Woodhull Road, go to Dustin Road. Southbound on Route 12: take off ramp to Route 28 North, to Woodhull Road. Southbound on Route 12: take Route 28 north bound ramp to Woodhull Road and follow detour signs.
Industry Construction
Source http://www.herkimertelegram.com/news/20160904/upcoming-area-roadwork-projects

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