Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Construction scheduled on FM 4

TxDOT - May 24, 2007

JOHNSON COUNTY–– Construction begins next week to resurface and re-stripe Farm-to-Market Road 4 from Farm-to-Market Road 2331 to Nolan River Road. The eight-mile project will replace the current pavement surface with an asphalt pavement overlay with the addition of shoulders.

The Texas Department of Transportation awarded the project to Lindsey Contractors, Inc. of Waco for $6.2 million. It is estimated for completion by spring 2008.

It will be a moving operation that will require crews to close various lanes weekdays from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. until the project’s completion. Work areas will be limited to approximately one mile to minimize inconvenience to the traveling public.

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