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Repaving work delays traffic, improves roadway

February 20, 2013

By Martial Haprov and Kris Reilly
APPLE VALLEY REVIEW

Motorists traveling Dale Evans Parkway or Joshua Road last week had to deal with brief delays as crews worked to repave portions of the streets, according to town officials.

The repaving work was underway Wednesday and Thursday on Dale Evans Parkway from Interstate 15 to Johnson Road, and Friday on Joshua Road from Highway 18 to Standing Rock Road.

Crews will perform shoulder grading and striping over the next two weeks and are expected to complete the work by the first week of March.

Town officials said the Dale Evans project will cost $385,000 and the Joshua project comes with a price tag of $334,000. Both will be paid for with Measure I funds.

The work is a joint project between the town and San Bernardino County and is being handled by Sully-Miller Contracting.

For more information on the projects, visit the town’s website at www.AppleValley.org.