Area road projects in the works

Christy Howell-Hoots - [email protected]
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MOREHEAD — Several area road projects are planning for the upcoming months.

In Mason County, contractors will be paving from US 68 to the end of state maintenance. The project was awarded to H.G. Mays for $144,653. Kentucky 1235 will undergo paving from Kentucky 435 to Kentucky 8. Kentucky 506 to US 68 and Kentucky 1448 from North Knoweshaw to Kentucky 9 will also undergo paving. The contract was also awarded to H.G Mays for $449,730, according to Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Spokesperson Allen Blair.

Blair said Hinkle Environmental Services LLC will repair a slide on Kentucky 57, near Sycamore Creek Road, in Lewis County. Paving and a slide repair will also take place from Pine Valley Road to north of Runyon Hollow. The project will cost $619,950.

There are several projects planned for Fleming County, according to Blair.

Those projects include preventative maintenance along Kentucky 156 from Kentucky 11 to Farris Road, to be completed by H.G Mays for $151,902; paving between Harris Lane and Kentucky 32 along Kentucky 1859 and paving from Spurlock Road to Kentucky 111 at Grange City, to be completed by H.G. Mays for $420,471; preventative maintenance from Kentucky 170 to the Mason County line and Kentucky 888 from Kentucky 367 to the Mason County line, to be completed by H.G Mays for $243,989; paving on Helena and Stockyard Roads, to be completed by H.G. Mays for $94,482; paving from Elizaville to Cassidy Pike, along Kentucky 32, to be completed by H.G Mays for $255,125; paving from Kentucky 11 to Mount Sterling Avenue, along Kentucky 32, to be completed by H.G Mays for $357,766; and paving from the Bath County line to Fox Creek, along Kentucky 111, to be completed by H.G. Mays for $51,408.

“Paving and repair projects will be scheduled, and are expected to be completed within the current construction season, summer or fall 2018 through spring 2019,” Blair said. “Motorists are reminded to drive safely through all work zones by slowing down, obeying signs and flaggers and reducing distractions.”

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Christy Howell-Hoots

[email protected]