WADESBORO – Drivers in Anson County will have a smoother ride on more than six miles of roadways, thanks to a $2.4 million contract awarded by the Department of Transportation.
The contract calls for milling, resurfacing, shoulder reconstruction, and installing pavement markings and snow plowable markers to several roads, including 0.64 miles of U.S. 74 in the vicinity of Morven Freight Line Road and the end of the highway's five-lane section.
Other roads included in the contract are:
- W. Wall Street between Stanback Ferry Road and U.S. 74
- Old Prison Camp Road parallel to U.S. 74
- White Store Road between Prison Camp Road and Coffee Pot Road
- Carpenter Kendall Road between N.C. 109 and Stanback Ferry Ice Plant Road
Lynches River Contracting Inc. of Pageland, S.C. was awarded the contract. Work can start as early as April 2023 and be completed by September 2024.