The Wire Road pavement rehabilitation program began this week in Zephyrhills, and is expected to be completed around Sept. 17, according to a Pasco County news release.
During the project, crews will focus on road base rehabilitation, milling, resurfacing and new pavement markings, the release says.
The project includes work along the entire three-mile stretch of Wire Road, from County Road 54 to U.S. 301, which also is known as Gall Boulevard.
Northbound and southbound lanes will be under construction with single lane closures, the news release says.
The project work hours will be Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Message boards will be used to direct traffic.
The project is expected to take 32 days to complete, depending on the weather.
Asphalt Paving Systems is the contractor for this project, being done for the county’s public works department.
Published August 18, 2021