Road work will take place between 1-9 a.m., and it will include some noise and light from construction, according to the release. The work could extend into the week of Aug. 9, depending on the weather, with the intent to complete paving before school starts Aug. 11, according to the release.
Beams for the bridge over Bear Branch are also scheduled for delivery and placement starting Aug. 2, which will involve having cranes on both sides of the bridge as well as tractor-trailers staged in the vicinity. Kuykendahl Road will be reduced to one lane during beam placement with flaggers directing traffic, according to the release.
Precinct 3 officials advise motorists to take alternate routes during beam placement Aug. 2.
The $3.57 million Kuykendahl Road project is funded through the 2015 Montgomery County road bond and will widen the road to four lanes from Lake Woodlands Drive to Research Forest Drive. It also includes a new bridge over Bear Branch for the new northbound lanes.