Site icon The Boca Raton Tribune

Funds Approved for Local Road Markings

Mayor Abrams announced last week that the Board of County Commissioners has approved additional funding to improve road markings neglected the past few years due to budgetary cutbacks.  The projects include striping and pavement markings such as merge arrows, messages, and school and railroad crossings.

“Based on comments from the county’s road crews and complaints from the public, we will begin this project right away,” said Abrams.  “Lack of prominent road markings is a public safety issue,” he added.

The road marking project will take place countywide during the next year.  The majority of the work will be done during the day, outside the peak travel times, with minimal traffic disruption.

Some of the South County roads designated are sections of Congress Avenue between Yamato and Boynton Beach Boulevard, portions of Old Dixie Highway between the Hillsboro Canal and 20th Street, and Military Trail between Glades Road and Clint Moore Road.

Exit mobile version