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6/24/2013 6:00:00 AM
Paving on closed section of Bank St. starts soon
Paving the newly widened and improved Bank Street between Northern and Jagerson avenues begins in July.DOUG McMURDO/Miner
Paving the newly widened and improved Bank Street between Northern and Jagerson avenues begins in July.
DOUG McMURDO/Miner

KINGMAN - Residents living near Bank Street between Northern and Jagerson avenues can take heart: Plans to perform final paving on the closed road are under way and work will begin in July.

Mohave County Public Works Director Steve Latoski said the $1.3 million project would be worth the wait.

"Mohave County appreciates the public's patience and cooperation while the project team and its partners complete the construction process and open a new road providing for vastly improved service to local residents, businesses and users," said Latoski.

He said the Arizona Department of Transportation and city of Kingman have "provided tremendous support" to the project, which included water system enhancements, widening, curb and gutter and drainage improvements.

The water system improvement work continues, while the widening and curb and gutter appears to be substantially complete.

Officials estimate the work will be completed later this summer. Until then, motorists will have to detour on either Melody or Benton streets. Business access is available from those two streets.

For more information, log on to projects@azdot.gov and send ADOT an email, or call the Project Hotline at (855) 712-8530.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Article comment by: no name provided

Agreed. I cannot tell you the last time I have seen a person working there. Compare this to the other roads under construction, which, even having been worked on for half the time, are nearing completion.

Posted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Article comment by: Leaving out Sidewalk

Yes the road hasnt had not much work done to it in the last couple months. Except for lots of dust from the wind. Also what a shame to have the new road put in and not have 1 side of it have any sidewalk. Bet they wont bother painting a bike lane either.That part of bank street has Just as much foot traffic as it does cars, Kids walking to school and people to the stores.

Posted: Monday, June 24, 2013
Article comment by: D P

Who's being patient? I can probably bet that anyone that lives in the area where this is being done arent being very patient at all! It's more like being an inconvenience having to take alternate roads just to get home. I see the road that is being worked on all the time and looking all the way up, I very rarely see anyone working on the road. Its deserted with lack of road crews doing the job.



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