Work is expected to begin Monday, July 22 on the Town of Smyrna's Road Restoration Program, which will repair and resurface certain streets off of Glenwood Avenue. Improvements include limited curb replacement, drainage and utility adjustments, milling, patching and a hot-mix overlay.
The following locations will be affected:
- North High Street, from Glenwood Avenue to Greens Branch Lane
- Greens Branch Lane, from North High Street to north of Ronald Lane
- School Lane, from Glenwood Avenue to Greens Branch Lane
The project originally included Paul Drive as well, but Town Manager Dave Hugg said Thursday Paul Drive was deferred due to funding.
The $290,000 project is funded by the Municipal Street Aid fund from the state; council approved the bid by American Infrastructure for the project in June.
Motorists are encouraged to take alternate routes as intermittent lane closures and restricted access during the course of the project will occur. Curbside parking will not be available during active working hours.
Weather permitting, work is scheduled to begin on or about Monday and is expected to be completed by early September 2013. Crews will work Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Accommodations will be made to provide access for emergency vehicles at all times.