Monday, February 17, 2014

UPDATED: Road work in Providence

UPDATED @ 11:11 a.m.

Crossing on Hwy 120 near Cedar Street
According to workers with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to remove inactive rail crossings on 120 in Providence have progressed faster than anticipated. Work has already been completed to the site on the Green Grove edge of town, and crews will now be moving on with the site located between Gulf and Poplar Streets in Providence.
KY 120 will be closed from around noon today, Tuesday, February 18, until the work is completed, meaning residents on the western side of town should plan to detour around the area for the time being.
The crossings will be temporarily patched, so use caution when crossing these sections of road.

Site where construction is scheduled to begin around
noon today.
Original Story

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to close KY 120 on Tuesday and Wednesday at the west edge of Providence in Webster County to remove inactive rail crossings.
KY 120 will be closed on Tuesday, February 18. 2014, at mile point 3.7. This is along KY 120 between Green Road and Cedar Street.
KY 120 will be closed on Wednesday, February 19, 2014, at mile point 4.4.. This is along KY 120 between Gulf Street and Poplar Street in Providence.
Both closures are to allow the remove of inactive railroad crossings. KY 120 will be closed promptly at 8:00 a.m., CST, both days and remain closed until about 3:00 p.m., each day.
There will be no marked detour. Passenger vehicles may self-detour via side roads. Trucks should self-detour via appropriate state routes.
Motorists who regularly travel KY 120 at these locations should make advance alternate travel plans.

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