DORCHESTER COUNTY, Md.- The State Highway Administration is resurfacing three miles of roadway in various locations in Dorchester County beginning Monday, March 25. Weather permitting, all work will be complete by the end of June.
The $685,500 areawide contract was awarded to American Infrastructure, Inc. of Fallston and will begin late March or early April, depending on temperatures.
Motorists should expect single lane closures and occasional flagging operations at all six resurfacing locations Mondays through Fridays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. SHA will use cones and barrels together with a flagging operation (at which locations as there are either four or six locations, depending on how many along MD 335?) to guide motorists through the work zones.
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