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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Resurfacing Begun on Travilah Road and Wightman Road using ARRA Funds; Highway Services Completes Other Projects

The Division of Highway Services began work this month to improve both Travilah and Wightman roads using stimulus funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to improve primary federal roads.

In the spring. both roads will be resurfaced, using hot mix asphalt, after crews complete full depth patching, pavement milling, utility adjustments and crack sealing this month. 

Other permanent patching projects completed this fall include Fawsett Farms Manor and River Falls neighborhoods in Potomac; Olney Village community, Olney; and Parkside neighborhood in Bethesda.

In addition, Highway Services completed concrete curb and sidewalk repairs in the Kensington Heights community.

For more information on resurfacing projects throughout the County, visit the Division of Highway Services’ website.  For information on ARRA projects in Montgomery County, visit the County’s Recovery and Reinvestment website.

CATEGORIES: Road Repair
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