Paving plan continues on Green, Kingwood and East Brockway
MORGANTOWN — Paving crews were on Green Street on Tuesday as part of Morgantown’s $1.8 million 2019 paving plan.
According to the city’s paving schedule, work will continue today on Green Street, between Arch Street and Wilson Avenue.
Paving is also expected to begin today on Deckers Avenue, from the dead end to Pennsylvania Avenue.
As for the rest of the week, work is tentatively slated for Kingwood Street — from Deckers Avenue to Brockway Avenue — on Thursday, and on East Brockway Avenue — from W.Va. 7 to Pennsylvania Avenue — on Friday.
The schedule is subject to change and all work is weather dependent.
Motorists can expect traffic delays, including detours, and/or lane closures while the streets are being paved.
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