The City of Bristol is scheduled to start its spring 2018 roadway resurfacing program on May 14, 2018.
As part of the program the following streets will be milled and resurfaced:
Northmont Road Ext.
Pleasant View Avenue
May Street (Pleasant View Ave to Greystone Ave)
South Street (George Street to Down Street)
Mercier Avenue (Route 6 to Case St.)
Glendale Drive (Oehler Dr to Woodcrest Dr)
Battle Street (JP Casey Rd to Old Cider Rd)
Old Cider Mill Road
Neuman Place (Mano to Summer Glen)
Mano Lane (at Neuman Place intersection)
The work will be completed in two phases. The initial phase will consist of milling off the existing bituminous pavement of the road. The second phase will consist of installing a new bituminous roadway surface and will commence shortly after phase one. Once construction is complete, the City will repair any damaged driveway aprons.
There may be minor traffic delays during construction, however, the road will remain open for mail delivery, emergency vehicles, and local traffic at all times. Temporary “No Parking” signs will be posted as needed during construction.
If you should have questions or concerns about this project, feel free to contact Public Works Engineering Division at 584-6297.
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