Post Number: 20
|Posted on Monday, October 01, 2007 - 08:14 am: |
In early Sept. there was construction occuring on Kings Ridge just north of Rolater (first interesection heading north), that required the shifting of lanes to repave the road. I have a few questions regarding this construction:
1) Why was this done? Utilities, the deterioration of the pavement?
2) If this was conducted due to the deterioration of pavement and the cracked/damaged cement in the street, then why were the southbound lanes just to the south of this intersection (by the Hope Fellowship church) not also considered for improvements, as the quality of the road in this section is far worse?
3) Are there plans in the future to address these concerns as the current condition of the street is not something everyday motorists care to drive on. On occasion I've seen them avoid this section of pavent to opt for driving south on the northboud side of the road where the pavement is smoother.
4) If there are plans to address this, when will construction on this pavement be done?
Thanks for your time.
Curt Balogh, Spec. Asst. to the City Mgr
Post Number: 463
|Posted on Tuesday, October 02, 2007 - 02:45 pm: |
1) The road was repaired due to the deterioration of the pavement.
2) The SB lanes will be repaired. We did the section that we saw as the worst section first.
3-4) We should begin repairs on the SB side within 3-4 weeks.
City of Frisco, Texas