Road project comes to Highway 31, Thompson Road

Lauren Estes-Velez

Hartselle Enquirer

A resurfacing project that began Aug. 21 to cover 7.8 miles of roads will soon be moving to the south area of Hartselle.

The planing, resurfacing, traffic stripe and bridge rail retrofit on U.S. Highway 31 from near Lacon Road to state Highway 36 (Main Street) in Hartselle is being done by Good Hope Contracting for a total of $2,834,685.77.

If the weather permits, Good Hope Contracting will begin night work on Highway 31 from Thompson Road to Highway 36 Sunday night.

Workers will be address the northbound side first. This work will be Sundays through Thursdays, from about 6 p.m. to about 6 a.m. They will still be working south of Thompson Road during the daytime.

The project area includes four bridges, three of which will have their guardrails improved. The retrofit concrete work will be conducted in the daytime.

The anticipated completion of the 7.8 mile long project is this winter.

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