South Main Street Bridge To Close Again For Construction

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JAMESTOWN – The South Main Street Bridge in Downtown Jamestown will close next Monday for more construction.

The roadway between Harrison and First Streets will be closed for approximately two weeks.








County officials said crews will finish the top course asphalt paving surface, install a crosswalk for the Riverwalk trail, roadway striping and remaining landscaping. Work has already started with the installation of the cap stones on the bridge walls.

Next week, the work will consist of adjusting manhole covers and utility risers along with miscellaneous milling. This work is being done in preparation for paving the following week. Sidewalks will remain open to pedestrian traffic during the road closure.























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1 Comment

  1. Why was this all not done when they fixed it last year and the year before that!!!! More ways to raise our tax money for cumo there is much worse streets then the bridge what about all the pot holes all over the place just drive down Harrison street h
    How about all the brick roads that should be tore up and pavement put in wait cumo and the outgoing mayor would have to take from there pocket so

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