Twin Traffic Marking of Kansas City will begin repainting the pavement markings this evening at five of Salina's busiest intersections: Crawford and Ohio streets; Magnolia Road and Ohio Street; Ninth Street and Magnolia Road; Ninth Street and Belmont Boulevard; and Ninth Street and Schilling Road.
The five intersections are concrete pavement, which generally receives less frequent maintenance than asphalt pavement. The pavement markings have faded over time and need refreshing.
The work is expected to be completed during evenings and nights (6 p.m. to 6 a.m.) through Friday. Lanes will be closed while the work is taking place. The project is expected to be completed in one week, weather permitting.
The $27,000 project is part of the city of Salina's $4.7 million maintenance capital improvement program.