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Posted on: March 12, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Road Construction Projects

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Two road work projects will be starting this month in the Blue Township area beginning March 22, 2021.

The Green Valley Rd./Hwy 24 Intersection Project will construct a longer, 2 lane left turn lane for eastbound Highway 24 to northbound Green Valley Rd., improve the Powers Lane/Hwy 24 intersection, construct a frontage road north of Farmers State Bank & Prairie Hawg Cycle and Leather, construct a right turn lane for southbound Green Valley Rd. traffic, construct 2 right turn/acceleration lanes for southbound Green Valley Rd. to westbound Hwy. 24, widen Dempsey Rd. at the Hwy 24 intersection to create a left turn lane for northbound Dempsey Rd., and widening of Green Valley Rd. from Hwy 24 to Elk Creek Rd.  The final completion for this project is August 1, 2022.

Beginning March 22, 2021, work will begin on Dempsey Road between Wheatland Circle and Highway 24.  Dempsey Road will remain open.  Work will be along the east side of Dempsey Road.  Cones will separate the work zone from the driving lanes but motorists should expect construction equipment near the northbound driving lane of Dempsey Road. Work is expected to be completed in 4 weeks, weather permitting.  Work will then begin on the frontage road.

The Crown C Circle/Hwy 24 Intersection Project will extend the South Port Rd. frontage road to Crown C Circle, construct a right turn lane for eastbound Highway 24 to Crown C Circle, construct new/realigned median crossover with left turn lanes, realign Crown C Circle, and construct realigned entrance on the north side of Highway 24. This project is expected to be completed in July 2021.

Beginning March 22, 2021, Highway 24 will be reduced to one lane in each direction from South Port Drive to Scottie Lane.  Traffic will be shifted to the inside lanes and the speed limit will be reduced to 45 mph.  Motorists should allow themselves extra time for their daily commute. Work is expected to be completed in 4 weeks weather permitting.  Traffic will then be shifted to the right lanes to allow for work in the median.

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