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Traffic Impacts The traffic impacts during construction of this project are as follows: Typical work hours are expected to be Monday through Saturday during daylight hours, with no work anticipated to take place on Sunday.
Occasional night work is possible. Route will be reduced to one lane traffic at times during construction.
Flaggers or temporary signals will be used to control traffic. Drivers can expect delays of approximately 5 to 15 minutes. Speed limit will be reduced to 45 MPH in active work zones.
Message boards will be used at either end of the project to communicate traffic changes hours in advance. Temporary signals will be used when Route is reduced to one lane for extended periods of time.
One lane will remain open and traffic will alternate around the clock. Concrete barriers will be used, potentially creating restrictions for oversized vehicles.
Only one temporary signal will be utilized at any one time, and can only be used between April 1 and September The total number of days a temporary signal may be used is limited for the duration of the project, and will be used sparingly.
Rumble strip installation and other aspects of the project may cause temporary noisy periods during daytime hours. At this point, no drilling or blasting to remove rock has been scheduled.
If drilling or blasting becomes necessary, please note the following: Both directions of Route will be blocked for approximately minutes. Drivers should expect loud noises and allow extra travel time. Nearby property owners will be notified directly. Message boards will alert drivers.
Phases of Construction Construction began in summer For additional information on construction phasing and traffic impacts, view the project presentation that was given in April The project is set to start at the end of April or in May. A brochure, presentation, and displays from the meeting are available below:Road traffic safety refers to the methods and measures used to prevent road users from being killed or seriously injured.
Typical road users include: pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, vehicle passengers, horse-riders and passengers of on-road public transport (mainly buses and trams). Best-practices in modern road safety strategy: The basic .
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WVDOH District 4 is hosting a job fair seeking Transportation Workers, Project Inspectors, Bridge Inspectors, Occupational Safety, and more! Our retroreflective sign sheeting is designed to enhance safety for motorist by providing more visible road signs especially during nighttime when more accidents occur.
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