Paving project in Paducah starts July 8

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says a contractor plans asphalt paving along Jackson Street in Paducah starting Friday night.

KYTC spokesman Keith Todd says the paving project runs just under a mile, from the Joe Clifton Drive/28th Street intersection at mile point 13.402 extending eastward to the Old Mayfield Road intersection at mile point 14.3.

Todd says the area has already been milled, and the crew will work at night to minimize traffic disruptions. The paving crew will generally work from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. each day, whenever weather allows.

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