MAYSVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Construction and visitors restrictions start next week on a $1.3 million Kentucky Transportation Cabinet venture to resurface and upgrade the William H. Harsha Bridge on U.S. 68 at Maysville.
The bridge carries U.S. Highway 62/68 throughout the Ohio River between Maysville, Kentucky and Aberdeen, Ohio.
Once work starts round Wednesday, the prevailing two-way visitors will likely be maintained on the bridge. But, visitors patterns will shift and motorists will encounter slim 10-foot driving lanes. Concrete barricades will separate visitors from work zones. Speed limits could also be decreased.
The venture features a new latex concrete floor on all driving lanes, joint and seal replacements, and different enhancements to the two,100-foot bridge that carries US 68 throughout the Ohio River between Kentucky and Ohio.
The work is being executed beneath a $1,283,545.36 low-bid Transportation Cabinet contract awarded to M&M Services Co., Inc. The firm has 120 calendar days to full the work.
Road work schedules are topic to change relying on climate situations. Motorists are requested to heed all warning indicators, decelerate in work zones and stay conscious of employees and building tools when touring.