Temporary Intersection Closures To Begin On Thursday For Norfolk Southern Railroad Improvements

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Norfolk Southern Railroad will be closing several intersections beginning Thursday, at 8 a.m. for infrastructure improvements along the railway. RoadSafe Rail and Utilities is managing this project for Norfolk Southern Railroad.

The following intersections will be closed in this order:

1. Sheffey Lane                                                                                                          

2. Tasso Lane

3. Old Tasso Road

4. 20th Street

5. 15th Street

6. 8th Street

7. Central Avenue

8. 3rd Street

9. 9th Street

Each intersection is anticipated to be closed approximately two or three days. Detour signs will be posted. Construction is estimated to be completed by Friday, June 22.

Contact RoadSafe Rail & Utilities at 304 755-1200 for additional questions or information.


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