Post Number: 29
|Posted on Monday, February 09, 2004 - 07:25 am: |
Why are the northbound lanes for Hillcrest between Asheboro and north of Jereme closed again? Why was the public not notified ahead of time of this road closure? This closure is not posted under your construction updates section. How long will the road be closed? Why are the intersections of Bocage and Jereme closed? These intersections were not closed at the same time when the road was replaced, so why are they now? It was extremely difficult getting home Friday night without being informed that the main entrances to Plantation resort were going to be closed. Why was the road closed when no work was performed Saturday or Sunday?
Kimberly Dalton, EIT
Post Number: 14
|Posted on Tuesday, February 10, 2004 - 09:06 am: |
The northbound lanes for Hillcrest have been closed due to the construction related to the Tuscany Meadows subdivision on the west side of Hillcrest. The intersections of Bocage Lane and Jereme Trail are closed at this time because they intersect the transition area for the traffic on Hillcrest. It would be difficult for drivers on Hillcrest to traverse the transition and watch for opposing traffic. This is a precautionary measure for everyone's safety. Our construction inspector confirmed that the contractor did work on Saturday.
This work was delayed several times due to weather and resulted in a delay in public notice. We apologize for this delay. I spoke with a representative from Mario Sinacola & Sons today and they are expecting to be complete with the construction on Hillcrest by Friday morning.
Post Number: 5
|Posted on Wednesday, February 18, 2004 - 02:40 am: |
Can you please provide an update to the expected completion time.. unforunately I bet a delay due to the snow is expected. However, today (tuesday) I did not see much being worked on.
(Message edited by amyg on February 18, 2004)
Brian Moen, Traffic Engineer
Post Number: 156
|Posted on Monday, February 23, 2004 - 11:29 am: |
Hillcrest was reopened Wednesday, February 18, 2004. All work was completed before the snow fell on February 14. The new concrete needed sufficient cure time to gain enough strength to support traffic.