Repaving projects to hit Nova Scotia

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YARMOUTH, N.S. — Ron Russell, Minister of Transportation and Public Works, recently announced two major highway repaving projects scheduled for next spring in Cumberland and Yarmouth counties.

The province will repave six kilometres of the eastbound lanes of Highway 104, from the Fenwick Road underpass structure to Stewart’s Brook, near Amherst.

In Yarmouth County, bids are being sought to repave nearly seven kilometres of Hardscratch Road, from Greenville Road northerly to Route 340. A 700-metre section of Greenville Road will also be repaved, from the Highway 101 underpass structure easterly to Hardscratch Road.

“These repaving projects are good news for the local communities and the travelling public,” says Mr. Russell. “They are further signs of our increased commitment to improving roads throughout
Nova Scotia.”

Construction companies must submit bids by Dec. 5.

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