Sr 87 Safety Improvements – Payson To Pine

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SR 87 SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS – PAYSON TO PINE

What to expect the week of October 12:

Segment 1 - Just North of Payson between milepost 254.62 and milepost 255.94

HolidaySchedule

Segment 2 - Just South of Pine between milepost 265.61 and milepost 266.69

Milling of the Shoulder

Seeding Begins

Holiday Schedule

Segment 1

Holiday Schedule

Crews will not be working on Monday, October 12 in observance of the Columbus Day holiday. Work will resume Tuesday, October 13. Work hours will be between 6:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday. The roadway will be reduced to one lane as crews continue excavation in Segment 1. During work hours, a flagger will hold traffic until a pilot car can guide motorists safely through the route. In addition to pilot cars, message boards and temporary signage will be in place to assist in directing traffic. Delays can be expected of up to 30 minutes during peak travel hours. Please allow additional time to reach your destination.

Segment 2

Milling of the Shoulder

Crews will begin to remove a layer of existing asphalt from the shoulder of the southbound lane in Segment 2 the week of October 12 in preparation for paving operations. Although there are no lane closures or restrictions scheduled for Segment 2 the week of October 12, drivers are asked to use extra caution and anticipate brief delays through the work zone. Flaggers may be present to safely allow trucks and machinery to access the work zone.

Seeding Begins

Seeding of the east side of Segment 2 will begin on Tuesday, October 13. Seeding of shoulder areas limits the impacts of noxious weeds and invasive non-native plants, while restoring the landscape within and along the right-of-way.

Columbus Day

Crews will not be working on Monday, October 12 in observance of the Columbus Day holiday. Though work will be halted for the day, please be aware that all posted and reduced speed limits apply and will be strictly enforced throughout the holiday weekend.

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