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Part of Cearfoss Pike to be resurfaced

May 13, 2010

The State Highway Administration on Monday will begin a project to resurface approximately three miles of Md. 58 (Cearfoss Pike) north of Hagerstown.

The SHA anticipates completing the $900,000 project in early July, weather permitting, according to an e-mail.

Workers will resurface Md. 58 from north of I-81 (Maryland Veterans Memorial Highway) to Md. 63 (Greencastle Pike).

Motorists traveling on Md. 58 should expect single-lane closures Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Flaggers, variable message signs, barrels and temporary signs will guide motorists through the work zone, the e-mail said.

About 14,000 vehicles travel this section of Md. 58 each day, and motorists should expect delays, the SHA said.

Those who have questions about traffic operations on Md. 58, Md. 63, I-81 or other state routes in Washington County may call SHA's District 6 Office at 301-729-8400 or toll free at 1-800-760-7138.

SHA awarded the contract to C. William Hetzer Inc. of Hagerstown.

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