Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Road work set for North Anson and Milo

   Maine DOT crews will be replacing a large box culvert in North Anson starting on Tuesday, Sept. 4, forcing the closure of Route 201A approximately one-half mile south of the Embden town line.
  The work zone is approximately 200 feet in length.
  Detour signs and message boards will guide motorists from Route 201 to Route 43, then onto Route 201A in Madison.
  It is anticipated this daytime work will be completed by Sept. 14.
  Crews will also be replacing the existing deteriorated concrete bridge deck on the Pleasant River Bridge in Milo, which spans the Pleasant River.
  The project will necessitate the closure of the bridge for approximately 35 consecutive days beginning on Sept. 4 while workers install a new concrete wearing surface. In addition, there will be curb and guardrail improvements, all being performed by Lane Construction.
  The work zone is 100 feet on the approach to the bridge, extending 100 feet upon exiting the bridge, making the entire work area 500 feet in length.
  Traffic will be detoured to Route 11 north onto the Stickney Hill Road in Brownville. Motorists will proceed to the Stanchfield Ridge Road back to Milo, then to the Lakeview Road.
  It is anticipated the project will be completed in the second week of October.

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