Jackson, Mo. to hold ribbon cutting for completion of traffic project

Jackson, Mo. to hold ribbon cutting for completion of traffic project
The project included a new traffic signal at the intersection of E. Main St. and Oak Hill Rd.

JACKSON, MO (KFVS) - The City of Jackson and the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce invites the public to a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of a nearly six month construction project to help with traffic flow.

The main feature of the project is the installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of E. Main St. and Oak Hill Rd.

The $510,125.25 project also included realignment, grading, storm water controls, sidewalks, striping, lighting, concrete pavement, and the installation of new pedestrian signals at the busy intersection.

Fronabarger Concreters, Inc., of Oak Ridge, Missouri, began work in January on this transportation project, which was designed by the firm of Koehler Engineering & Land Surveying, Inc. of Cape Girardeau.

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