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Street patching work will require lane closures in Hagerstown this week

September 26, 2011

HAGERSTOWN — Multiple streets in Hagerstown will be subject to temporary lane closures this week for pavement work, according to a traffic advisory from the City of Hagerstown.

Work crews from Craig Paving Inc. will be patching existing street pavements throughout the city. The work will involve removing existing pavement, repairing the material and placing new pavement in the roads.

Nottingham Road between Franklin Street and Salem Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue north of Beechwood Drive, and Oak Hill Avenue north of Prospect Avenue are all anticipated work locations, according to the advisory.

Motorists approaching the areas should expect to see cones, barricades, flagmen and other traffic control devices.

Emergency vehicles will be able to pass through these work areas, but delays are likely near these locations, according to the advisory.

The pavement work began at 7 a.m. Monday and is expected to continue through this Friday.

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