ALDOT resurfacing project on SR-59 in Foley rescheduled

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FOLEY, Ala (WKRG) — The Alabama Department of Transportation has rescheduled a resurfacing project in Foley that was planned to start today.

ALDOT was information that the contractor postponed the start date to April 13.

According to a news release, the scope of the project includes resurfacing, striping, and performing guardrail replacement on 5.2 miles of SR-59 from the junction of East 29th Ave. to the junction of CR-12.

Motorists can expect weekday, alternating lane closures between 7:00 am to 5:00 p.m.

Motorists are encouraged to slow down and obey all reduced speed limits within the construction zone.

The $2.9 million- dollar project, awarded to Mobile Asphalt Company, LLC, is expected to be complete early Fall 2020.

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