Roadwork will require daily lane and/or shoulder closures & alternating one-way traffic
The Monroe County Department of Transportation (DOT) began its road improvement construction project on Mendon Center Road in June of this year. The project involves 2.5 miles of Mendon Center Road between Calkins Road and Canfield Road. This work will require daily lane and/or shoulder closures, with an alternating one-way traffic pattern in place. Access to properties and side roads will be maintained during construction. The County DOT expects to complete the project by the end of 2019.
The County's Mendon Center Road Improvement Project consists of widening the pavement to provide 6-foot shoulders, replacing culvert pipes, reconstructing the Mendon Center/Canfield intersection pavement, milling and re-paving the road surface from Canfield Road to Calkins Road, regrading roadside swales, installing a new guiderail and relocating existing signs.
For questions regarding the project contact David Kubiak, Transportation Project Manager, at (585) 753-7731 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Construction updates may also be obtained by visiting the County DOT website at www.monroecounty.gov/dot-index.php and clicking on the “Construction Updates” link on the left side of the web page.