Concrete Pavement Repairs to Main and Franklin Intersection Underway

On August 5, the City of Whitewater Streets Department began concrete pavement repair work at the intersection of W. Main Street and N. Franklin Street.

The project is anticipated to take 7-10 days for removal, replacement, and curing. During this time, eastbound and westbound traffic will be maintained on W. Main Street. However, during this time, turning movements at the intersection will be limited and therefore truck traffic will be detoured onto Whitewater Street.

Motorists are asked to use an alternative route and avoid the work area if possible.

Photos Courtesy of Tom Ganser

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