MaineDOT

News Release for July 2, 2014

For more Information:
Paul Merrill, Public Information Officer - 207-624-3355 or 207-215-9297

 

Paving Operations to Start in Western Maine

Western Maine – Crews will be paving 68.36 miles of road in the western section of Maine beginning on Monday, July 7th. This LCP (light capital paving) project will include the towns of Anson, Farmington, Chesterville, Fayette, Industry, Madison, New Sharon, Starks, Temple and Wilton.

The towns and locations are as follows:

Chesterville: 9.35 miles from the Chesterville/Fayette town line northerly to the intersection of Luce Knowles Road and Pope Road.

Fayette: 2.05 miles from the intersection of Campground Road and Chesterville Ridge Road northerly to the Chesterville/Fayette town line.

Farmington: 2.16 miles from the Knowlton Corner Road and Seamon Road northerly to the Farmington Urban Compact line.

Farmington: 3.27 miles from the intersection of Knowlton Corner Road and Lucy Knowles Road northerly to the intersection of Webster Road and Knowlton Corner Road.

Temple-Farmington: 4.12 miles from the intersection of Cummings Hill Road and Route 43 easterly 4.12 miles to Farmington Urban Compact line

Farmington: 2.84 miles beginning on the Farmington Urban Compact line northerly to the intersection of the Town Farm Road and Route 4.

Farmington-Industry-Starks-Anson: 19.53 miles from the Urban Compact line near Perham Street easterly to the intersection of Anson/Madison Bridge and Main Street in Anson.

New Sharon-Starks: 8.42 miles from the junction of Route 2 and Route 134 northerly to the junction of Route 43 and Route 134 in Starks.

New Sharon: 3.89 miles from the intersection of Route 41 (Vienna Road and Cape Cod Hill Road) to the intersection of Route 2 (Mercer Road and Cape Cod Hill Road)

Industry-Starks-Anson: 11.29 miles from the junction of Route 43 and Route 148 in Industry proceeding easterly to the junction of Route 148 and Route 43 in Anson.

Madison: 1.44 miles beginning at the intersection of Route 43 (Maine Street and Old Point Avenue) proceeding easterly to a point 0.60 miles of the intersection of Route 43 and East Houghton Street.

Motorists are advised to use caution with alternating one-way traffic through the work zones.

While weather dependent, it is anticipated all work will be completed during the first week of September.

This $2.7 million project will be performed by Pike Industries, Inc. of Fairfield.

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