Paving planned in two local counties

Paving projects are planned to start next week in Calloway and Marshall counties, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. 

KYTC says paving and milling is expected to start Tuesday, Sept. 6, along a section of U.S. 641 in Calloway County and along Kentucky 408, Kentucky 1836, and Kentucky 2606 in Marshall County. 

The milling along  U.S. 641/Murray-Benton Road in Calloway County starts at the Flint Road intersection at mile point 12.348 and extends north to the county line with Marshall County at mile point 17.444. Paving at that section of road is expected to start Thursday. 

In Marshall County, the areas where paving is planned are: 
– KY 408/Eggners Ferry Road from the U.S. 641 intersection at mile point 7.825, eastward to the Clarks River Bridge at mile point 9.716.
– KY 1836/Duncan Creek Road from the Marshall-Calloway county line at mile point 0.0, eastward to KY 402 at mile point 1.667.
– KY 2606/Jackson School Road from the KY 58 intersection at mile point 4.35, eastward to KY 408 at mile point 6.110.

KYTC says the paving crew in Marshall County is expected to start on Duncan Creek Road, and then proceed to the other areas. Work in those three areas is expected to be finished in about 10 days. 

The transportation cabinet says drivers are advised to be extra cautious in those work zones. 

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