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Leesville Road bridge to be replaced

Posted May 7, 2008

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— A contractor will begin replacing a bridge on Leesville Road at the Wake-Durham county line on Thursday.

The $1.1 million project was awarded to Mountain Creek Contractors LLC and is expected to be complete in May 2009.

During construction, intermittent lane closures are expected daily, officials said. All lanes will remain open between 5 and 7 p.m.  weekdays, they said.

The project includes realigning a portion of Leesville Road to to lessen the severity of the curves.

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  • myidea May 7, 2008

    They should widen Leesville Rd. all the way out to New Leesville Rd. so that all that traffic has somewhere to go. It is planned eventually. As for the Cult remark, that is a little unfair that church has probably been there longer than you have and definatly longer than most neighborhoods out that way. Don't blame them.

  • BIGCHEESECAMATO May 7, 2008

    They do not need to widen that part from I-540 to Leesville Road cause that Cult that is there should pay for this. Second, all you people could not wait to unload all that land and turn country farms and houses into snootie neighborhoods so you can surfer by sitting in a little traffic during peak times..... Your babies can hold it in.. U have nothing better to do

  • Me again May 7, 2008

    Good! They also need to widen Leesville Rd from I540 to Leesville Rd extension (near St Francis Assisi) from 2 lanes to 4.