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Southeast Neb road work to begin this week

(KLZA)--A pair of maintenance projects is to begin this week in Southeast Nebraska.

On Tuesday a fog seal project will begin on Nebraska Highway 8 from the junction with Highway 50 going east to the U.S. 75 junction.

Nebraska Department of Transportation maintenance crews will do the work which consists of spraying oil onto the surface of a newer road to seal the fine cracks. The work is anticipated to take two days, weather permitting.

There will be one-lane traffic and a pilot car and flaggers will be in place in the work zone.

On Wednesday a fog-seal project will begin on Nebraska Highway 105 from the Nebraska / Kansas state line going north to Humboldt.

The project is anticipated to take one day. There will be one-lane traffic with the use of flaggers and a pilot car to direct traffic through the work zones.

Motorists are asked to drive cautiously through work zones and to expect delays around the projects.


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