Portions of Carroll Avenue will be milled and resurfaced beginning on or about Wednesday, November 8, and extending through early December. The project is being done by the State Highway Administration through a contract with F.O. Day. The sections of Carroll Avenue to be paved include the following:
- DC line to Westmoreland Avenue
- Philadelphia Avenue to Jefferson Avenue
- Former Hospital entrance to Flower Avenue
- Long Branch Parkway to University Blvd.
The nighttime milling and paving will begin Wednesday, November 8, between the hours of 8 p.m. through 5 a.m. The work zone will include sections from:
- The DC line to Westmoreland Avenueand Philadelphia Avenue to Lee Avenue.
- The work zone will be posted No Parking for the nighttime work hours.
- One lane will remain open to travel, and there will be a flagging operation directing traffic during the work zone.
Daytime Milling – on or about Monday, November 20 Beginning on or about Monday, November 20, the operation will shift to daytime milling and paving between the hours of 7:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m.
- The work zone along Carroll Avenuewill start at Lee Avenue through Jefferson Avenue,
Then proceed from the former Hospital entrance to Flower Avenue,
- The Long Branch Parkway to University Blvd.
There will be a single-lane closure and flagging operation directing traffic through the work area. The daytime paving operation is expected to take four weeks and end in early December. Work days are Monday through Friday but will not include the Thanksgiving holiday. During the paving operation, travel through Carroll Avenue is expected to be impacted. Side streets near the work areas may also experience temporary closures.
State Highway – Contact Information
Usman Khan, Project Manager,
F.O. Day – Contact Information
Joel Brauman, Foreman
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