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Highway 136 Work on Schedule Through Auburn
04/16/2014
Highway 136 Construction in Auburn Highway 136 Construction in Auburn

(KTNC) --  Work on the first phase of the Highway 136 reconstruction project through Auburn is on schedule.  Mike Habegger with the Department of Roads gave an update on the project at Auburn City Hall Monday afternoon.
 Workers were paving the westbound lane of 136 from K to H Street on Tuesday. Habegger said they were to finish paving Tuesday afternoon and then would haul in and lay the base for the rest of the paving beginning on Wednesday. He says they will pave the intersections at K and H Streets on Wednesday and set the forms to pave the westbound lane of 136 on Saturday.
 Habegger says he doesn’t know if they plan to work on Sunday. He says they should start installing the parking areas on the south side of the highway on Monday and move to the north side in the middle of next week.
 The intersection of Highways 75 and 136 is to be opened on Monday morning, and barring inclement weather, Habegger says they should complete phase one by the April 29 deadline. After phase one is complete, work will start on the next stages of the project. 
 Habegger says the first part of phase two and phase three of the overall project will be done at the same time. Phase two is from H Street to F Street and Phase three is from K Street to the Hospital. Habegger says work has also begun on the grading for phase four.
 While traffic will be able to flow through downtown Auburn during the next phases of construction, Habegger says there will be restrictions with a one-lane, one-way, traffic flow. He says the detours will remain in place for semi-trucks on Highway 136 during the duration of the project.

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