Resur­fac­ing project un­der­way on US 50/301 west

Record Observer - - NEWS -

KENT IS­LAND — The Mary­land Depart­ment of Trans­porta­tion State High­way Ad­min­is­tra­tion (SHA) be­gan resur­fac­ing 4.2 miles of west­bound US 50/301 (Blue Star Me­mo­rial High­way) be­tween Queen­stown and the Kent Nar­rows Bridge on Mon­day, April 17. Work in­cludes milling/grind­ing, patch­ing, paving and re­strip­ing. Weather per­mit­ting, all work will be com­pleted by mid-sum­mer.

Ac­cord­ing to SHA, this will be overnight work from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. week­days. Crews may close two of the three west­bound travel lanes. Oc­ca­sional mi­nor de­lays should be ex­pected and mo­torists should al­low ex­tra time for travel dur­ing work hours. SHA may ad­just work hours and lane clo­sures as needed in re­sponse to traf­fic con­di­tions.

On av­er­age more than 76,000 ve­hi­cles travel this part of US 50/301 each day. SHA awarded the $3.2 mil­lion project to David A. Bram­ble of Ch­ester­town.

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