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Highway 75 project to begin Tuesday
04/06/2020

(KNZA)-A pavement marking project on U.S. Highway 75, through Jackson, Brown and Nemaha counties, is expected to begin Tuesday, just south of Holton moving north, weather permitting.

A news release from the Kansas Department of Transportation says the project will consist of removing deteriorating or existing pavement markings and replacing them with new pavement markings.

Work will occur during daylight hours and is expected to be completed in mid-August.  

Traffic will be controlled using signage, traffic cones, digital boards and a flagging operation. Brief traffic delays should be expected.

Twin Traffic Marking Corporation, of Kansas City, is the contractor on the $778,000 project.

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