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SHA Resurfaces Several Roads in Wicomico County

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SALISBURY, Md.- The Maryland State Highway Administration has announced that it is improving nearly five miles of roads for those who travel in Wicomico County.  Weather permitting, the overlay projects, which cost $936,000, will begin Monday, April ,  and be complete before June 30.  

The road patching and resurfacing projects are part of an area wide contract awarded to American Infrastructure, Inc. of Fallston. Motorists should expect single lane closures Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. SHA will use cones and barrels together with a flagging operation to direct traffic during the resurfacing work.

SHA will resurface the following roadways:

  • Southbound US 13 Business (Salisbury Parkway) between US 50 (Ocean Gateway) and Newton Street;
  • Southbound US 13 (Fruitland Boulevard) between US 50/US 13 Bypass to the Somerset County line;
  • Eastbound US 50 Business (Salisbury Parkway) - two sections between Boundary Street to Civic Avenue;
  • Westbound US 50 (Ocean  Gateway) from Hobbs Road to the US 50/US 13 (Salisbury Bypass); and
  • MD 347 (Quantico Road) between Chestnut Street to US 50.

Motorists are advised to exercise caution when traveling in work zones.

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