Plymouth Traffic Circle Construction To Begin Soon

Plymouth Traffic Circle Construction To Begin Soon

The City of Plymouth is bracing for a major road project.  Meeting Thursday night, the Plymouth City Council heard a report on the pending construction of a new traffic roundabout at the intersection of Highway 49 and Main Street.  Construction is now expected to begin in late June or early July and run through the end of the year.  The project will see various traffic controls in place throughout the construction time.  The consultants and contractors on the project pledged to keep lines of communication open to the public and work to minimize the level of disruption caused by building the new traffic circle, with special care given during major events such as the County Fair and the Big Crush.  Council-members urged the project's consultants to communicate with residents of the Shenandoah Valley and Fiddletown that would also be affected by the construction.    In other business, the Council heard a report from ACRA, and worked on its long-term strategic plan, a list of City improvements, the Council hopes to bring about in the future, that range from fixing up rundown buildings along Main Street to improving internet service in town.

 

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